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I don’t remember what happened to the Trojans this weekend, and no, it’s not for the reason most folks would expect of a college student on game day. It’s because in the rush of having to step on the field to interview players, tweeting out the final result of USC’s game against ASU (which I […]
The now unranked Trojans will hit the road to battle No. 10 Arizona on Saturday.
USC forces four turnovers and holds Utah to just 201 total yards en route to a 19-3 victory.
If football doesn’t work out as a career for freshman safety Leon McQuay III, he might have the groundwork for a solid backup plan.
The Trojans’ quarterback battle remains unsettled as the team looks toward fall camp.
Junior wide receiver George Farmer suffers a torn ACL, according to Inside USC.
Someone is the hero and someone is the goat in spring practice. Someone enjoys success at another’s expense. And through three weeks of spring ball for USC, that message largely rings true. At present, the Trojans’ collection of receivers is playing the role of hero. The receiving corps shined during Saturday’s 52-play scrimmage at the […]
Every year, across the country, the same thing happens: Schools hire a new head football coach or new assistants. Once spring practice starts, the new schemes and playbooks that each new coach brings are proclaimed to be so much better than those that came before. Sure enough, early returns on new USC Defensive Coordinator Clancy […]
The countdown began as soon as USC departed El Paso, Texas, on New Year’s Eve. The countdown continued in earnest as head coach Lane Kiffin announced a perhaps less-than-desirable recruiting class on national signing day. But the countdown to the 2013 season now takes a backseat. Cue spring practice. Battered and bruised after a 7-6 […]
Let’s get this out of the way now: The recruiting season is going to turn out OK for USC. Come Wednesday, national signing day, the school is going to announce a recruiting class that will, naturally, be ranked near the top of essentially every national ranking possible. So exhale. It’ll be fine. It always is. […]