Saturday USC Notes

The Coliseum almost looks like it could handle a game from this view today.

  • St. John Bosco defeated Corona del Mar to win the Mission Viejo Passing Tournament. Mater Dei, with USC-bound QB Bryce Young, lost to St. John Bosco in the quarterfinals. USC quarterback JT Daniels was on hand to watch Mater Dei.
  • Former USC tennis player, Robert Farah, and his partner, Juan Sebastian Cabal, won the men’s doubles’ title at Wimbledon on Saturday.

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12 thoughts on “Saturday USC Notes

  1. Beautiful pic! That bumped my home opener anticipation up a few pegs!

    Also major kudos to the Trojan tennis doubles champ.

    You’ve obviously found a new therapist given the last two days of semi-positive-interesting posts.

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    1. Now, wait for tebow to say that Mater Dei lost due to J. T. getting too close to the field……
      #…ChanningTatumSaidToday”EverybodyShouldBeInTherapy”….

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      1. I thought it was because BY is too short. Didn’t MD beat SJB a week or so ago using their freshman QB?

        C’mon MG, BY is 5’8″ in lift cleats. The Alligator doesn’t have much to worry about in BY.

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      2. Bryce is maybe an inch and a half taller than that — and runs the 40 in about 5 seconds….
        #…WhichMakesHimSlowerThanJ.T.
        #…IHonestly,SeriouslyDon’tKnowWhatHeltonWasThinking…

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  2. Some of those views up next to the presser …. I don’t know… but on the plus side we probably won’t be drawing that many to matter much.

    How many more 3 star linemen have us in their top 10 this week.

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      1. Very interesting, gt. Depending on what the “medical issue” was, this MAY be a case of a timid USC coaching staff being afraid to take a chance on a talented athlete (who MAY have turned his life around and DEFINITELY would have filled a position of dire need)…..

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      2. So Lane Kiffin finally figured out the importance of recruiting highly touted offensive linemen.

        Clay Helton still believes 4 & 5 star WR’s are what makes offenses great.

        The Errand Boy doesn’t get that in order to have a great offense, it always starts with the offensive line.

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  3. The Clemson bound delicate snowflake DJUiagalelei won’t last 6 months in South Carolina before he starts missing his mommy.

    He’ll end up being an Oregon Duck.

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