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USC is now 2-0 in Pac-12 competition for the first time since 2007.
Daily Trojan columnists react to USC’s shocking loss to Boston College, and the Trojans’ prospects moving forward.
Saturday night’s loss to Boston College was miserable. After three and a half quarters, it was just shocking. The last eight minutes, however, elevated it to another level of agony because the second half of the fourth quarter demonstrated why USC should have won the game. USC could have given up 600 yards on the […]
Photos by Nick Entin.
When I first applied to USC in the fall of 2009, I figured I was applying to a school that would continue its athletic dominance — specifically in football — across my four years in college. Pete Carroll was still the head football coach and a freshman phenom named Matt Barkley was showcasing the promise […]
On Saturday, as the start time for USC’s spring game grew closer, play had already begun in Tuscaloosa, Ala., where the Alabama offense sputtered in its first spring game under new offensive coordinator Lane Kiffin. Over 2,000 miles away from here, the Crimson Tide failed to score an offensive touchdown until midway through the third […]
Trojan offense and defense faced off in the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum on Saturday, April 19, for the annual spring game. Photos by Ralf Cheung, Nick Entin and Austin Vogel.
The redshirt junior threw for 20 touchdowns last season while guiding USC to 10 wins.
As USC enters its final week of spring practice, the feeling of optimism that head coach Steve Sarkisian carried with him during his introductory press conference has not dissipated, but rather intensified. On the practice field, coaches are energized, players are engaged and just about everyone seems to be genuinely excited to be there. All […]
With just two practices and the spring game left before USC football hits pause until fall camp, there’s a new hype surrounding the team. It’s not the pressure and hype of 2012, nor is it the skepticism of 2013. It’s a feeling that, partly due to consistent dominance and partly due to constantly inflated expectations, […]