Tag Archive for: spring practice
Freshman safety Su’a Cravens picked off two passes during 11-on-11 drills on Tuesday.
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 […]
Though the sophomores only participated in individual drills, their presence was a welcome sight for senior quarterback Matt Barkley.
Spring football is in full effect on the USC campus. Last Saturday, the USC football team held its first scrimmage at the Coliseum. With the clock counting down until the conclusion of spring practice and the imminent season opener on Sept. 1, now is the time for the Trojans to start prepping for the future. […]
Don’t be fooled by the uncharacteristic heat wave that has been making its way through Southern California; it’s March, not August. Nonetheless, spring football is officially upon us, and this year the stakes are just a little bit higher. In previous years, spring football focused on ushering in a new coaching staff, postseason bans and […]
Ladies and gentlemen, the wait is almost over. Spring football practice is now in session. Undoubtedly, this offseason leading up to the Sept. 1 opener at the Coliseum is the most anticipated since the Trojan’s run for consecutive national championships in 2003 and 2004. Since it was announced that the pair of superb sevens, junior […]
The USC coaching staff is excited about the potential of the current Trojan roster.
With 19 no-contact players, USC appeared sluggish during its first early morning practice.
Chris Galippo moves to outside linebacker to make room for sophomore Devon Kennard.
Much of its roster decimated by injuries, USC begins the final portion of spring practice.