When Tim Drevno was hired as running backs coach, it seemed an odd move, given that he was an offensive line coach and had not coached running backs for 20 years. But one theory going around Heritage Hall is that current USC offensive line coach Neil Callaway is going to retire after this season and will be replaced by Drevno. Maybe Helton did not want … Continue reading One Explanation Of Coaching Moves
USC has appointed Oscar Munoz, the CEO of United Airlines, to the Board of Trustees. Munoz and his wife are USC graduates. So that is a positive. Now for the negative: United Airlines? Really? Remember, Munoz was widely criticized for his response to a passenger being forcibly removed from a flight in Chicago. You can relive that here. Last month, it was revealed that United … Continue reading The United-USC Relationship Gets Better And Better
Former UCLA coach Jim Mora said on the NFL Network that Sam Darnold would be a better fit in Cleveland than Josh Rosen because of the city’s “blue-collar, gritty attitude.” Here is the full quote: “Because of fit, I would take Sam Darnold if I were the Cleveland Browns,” Mora said. “I think [he has] that blue-collar, gritty attitude. I think his teammates will love … Continue reading Jim Mora Says Cleveland Should Take Sam Darnold Over Josh Rosen
San Clemente High School has beaten USC to the punch and is offering a Sam Darnold bobblehead. And it actually looks like him. Hopefully, it’s not one of the tiny models. Here is the link to order. Continue reading Get Your Sam Darnold Bobblehead
USC had a record-breaking 64,256 applicants for its freshman class next year and accepted only 13 percent (8,258). There were 85 sets of twins admitted in the class. The 13-percent acceptance rate was the lowest ever in USC history and was 3 points lower than last year. The average high school unweighted GPA was 3.86 on a 4.0-point scale and 34 percent of admits had a … Continue reading USC Stats Of The Day
USC’s baseball team got swept by Stanford in a three-game series and was outscored 34-2. The Trojans 11-9 overall. Meanwhile, the USC women’s tennis team lost to Washington State for the first time in history. USC is now 24-1 against the Cougars. Continue reading What A Weekend!