USC returned to spring practice and new, quick-strike offense faced a defense that was allowed to bring pressure for the first time.
JT Daniels was intercepted by Isaac Taylor-Stuart.
Jack Sears was intercepted by Hunter Echols.
And Matt Fink was intercepted by the no-longer transferring Greg Johnson.
This should provide some good film for Graham Harrell to give the quarterbacks.
“You could tell it was the first time [the offense has] seen pressure,” USC coach Clay Helton said.
The other quarterback, Kedon Slovis, was out today.
So were Clayton Bradley, Stephen Carr and Vavae Malepeai among others.
Helton said he found out about the college admissions scandal like everyone else.
“I was not aware of it before then. Like so many of the USC family, totally shocked by the allegations. Because this is an ongoing review of the matter, myself, our staff and our players cannot answer any questions on the matter and I hope you will respect that.”
USC has hired three assistant strength coaches: Darren Mustin, Ty Webb and Jared Klingenberg.