Here are USC’s season tickets. I keep hearing a lot fewer fans are purchasing them than last season. Anywhere from 25-33 percent less. The scrimmage on Aug. 17 might be the first test to see who wants to come. I hear the suites will be available to those bought the luxury boxes. But who else wants to go in that heat to see Clay Helton? … Continue reading Are You Getting Season Tickets?
A lot of people think the quarterback competition is rigged and JT Daniels will start no matter what. But we finally have some odds from SportsBetting.AG. Daniels +100 Jack Sears +150 Matt Fink +250 Former USC wide receiver Trevon Sidney has been officially added to the Illinois roster. Continue reading USC Morning Buzz: Quarterback Odds Are Out
Five-star tailback Kendall Milton of Clovis, Calif., committed to Georgia tonight. Five months ago, USC’s 2020 recruiting class was ranked No. 33 by Rivals and No. 31 by 247. After a flurry of mostly offensive line commitments during the summer, the Trojans’ 2020 recruiting class is ranked No. 64 by Rivals and No. 66 by 247. There is still plenty of time to turn it … Continue reading Let’s Check In On USC Recruiting
I’m no Steve Clarkson but I can’t say this video does much for me. Footwork drills with USC (@USC_FB) QB JT Daniels (@jtdaniels06)@qbsummit #FightOn #rhacademy pic.twitter.com/HG097diExJ — Coach Aaron (@CoachAaronRHA) July 28, 2019 https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js Continue reading USC Video Of The Day
Wide receiver Johnny Wilson of Calabasas committed to Oregon over Washington and Texas. Tailback Kendall Milton of Clovis will commit to Ohio State, Alabama, Georgia or LSU tonight. That means 11 of the 15 players who have committed from California in ESPN’s top 300 will go out of state. UPDATED: Milton committed to Georgia. Continue reading Out Of State Exodus Continues
Everything USC does has a common thread: Money. It will pay UC Davis only $725,000 to play at the Coliseum in 2021 per The Athletic. USC paid Western Michigan $1.2 million in 2017 for a nonconference game at the Coliseum. Now that’s a good reason for the skin flints in the athletic dept. to bury tradition. Insiders believe money was the reason successful men’s tennis … Continue reading USC Morning Buzz: Money Talks Edition