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USC Morning Buzz: Recruiting Keeps Getting Stranger

With Signing Day on Wednesday, USC is certainly busy. It made a later offer to defensive back Mark Perry of Rancho Cucamonga, who announced he would still sign with Colorado. It tried to get offensive lineman Arase Mose of St. Louis in Honolulu, who announced he would still sign with Hawaii. It made a very later offer Monday to defensive back Titus Toler of St. … Continue reading USC Morning Buzz: Recruiting Keeps Getting Stranger

Who Won The California State Championship?

Remember in 2017 when Clay Helton said USC was state of California champs after it defeated Stanford, Cal and UCLA? Is Stanford coach David Shaw making the same claim this year? No, because he is not insane. Meanwhile, Fresno State beat UCLA and Arizona State. Is Jeff Tedford making a claim to the Pac-12 South title? In other news, USC has set Oct. 19 vs. Arizona … Continue reading Who Won The California State Championship?

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Don’t Take My Word On USC Recruiting Class

You already know USC’s recruiting class is not up to the usual standards but the Trojans still have around 10 open slots to land some prospects. But don’t take my word for it. Here is what Mike Farrell, the national recruiting director for Rivals, said in an article on the early signing day: “The Trojans are ranked outside the national top 25 and have an … Continue reading Don’t Take My Word On USC Recruiting Class

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The Clock Is Ticking On Discipline

Before the NCAA had football players sign a letter of intent, they were not bound to a college until the first day of classes. At USC, the coaches used to take it easy on the freshmen during training camp and then on the first day of classes, legendary USC assistant coach Marv Goux (pictured) would tell them, “no more prime rib or apple pie at … Continue reading The Clock Is Ticking On Discipline