What is USC’s biggest problem this season?
“Our biggest weakness going into this fall is depth,” offensive coordinator Graham Harrell said. “We don’t have a ton of depth anywhere.”
Harrell said he expects to name a starting QB about “two weeks into training camp.”
And he said USC has an advantage over most teams making the College Football Playoff.
“There’s a bias in the media toward elite programs,” he said. “Whether it’s fair or not, if the media gets a chance to put USC in there they’ll put USC in there over a team that doesn’t have the same history and talent as USC.”
- UC Irvine handed USC its first loss in four games Tuesday night with a 12-9 victory in 10 innings at Dedeaux Field. USC is now 17-21-1.
- When Harrell spoke at the San Diego Trojan Club on Monday night, former players Ron Mix and Sam Anno were in attendance. They are neighbors in San Diego.
— The Spirit of Troy (@USCTMB) April 24, 2019