USC is going to have a pre-game and post-game radio show that will add former USC quarterback Max Browne to the team that features ex-defensive tackle Shaun Cody.
It sounds like there will be a two-hour pre-game and two-hour post-game show on 790-AM, which is actually less than 710-AM did the past few years. KSPN did a 4-hour pre-game show.
When you consider USC looks like it is cutting costs everywhere and 790-AM is one of the worst-rated stations in L.A., less coverage is the final result.
What about John Jackson, who suffered a stroke last year?
Here is what Tom Hoffarth of the Los Angeles Times wrote: “Former USC All-American tackle Shaun Cody, part of the Trojans football pre- and post-game radio coverage the last few seasons, has been asked to fill in as the game analyst this fall for John Jackson Jr., who continues his recovery from a life-threatening stroke suffered late in 2018.
“Jackson, part of the Trojans’ radio broadcast since 2003, will have a limited role in game coverage, perhaps with pre-game or halftime commentary and be situated in the radio booth. USC officials have told him not to worry about losing his job and to “take a red-shirt year, get healthy” and watch his son, Trojan freshman receiver John Jackson III play, USC spokesman Tim Tessalone said.”