USC Notes: Interesting Post-Game Video

Look at the video below of JT Daniels speaking to Oregon QB Justin Herbert. Daniels has a long way to go in his recovery from knee surgery.

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  • Last week, I listed kick-and-punt returns as something USC needed to fix to beat Oregon. USC ranks last in the Pac-12 and 124th the nation in averaged yards allowed per return.
  • Here are BetOnline’s odds on the Florida State job:

Florida State coach Week 1 of 2020 Regular Season

Matt Campbell               3/1       

Mark Stoops                 4/1       

Bob Stoops                  5/1       

James Franklin              5/1       

P. J. Fleck                     6/1       

Urban Meyer                 6/1       

Josh Heupel                  7/1       

Dino Babers                  10/1     

Matt Rhule                    10/1     

Jimbo Fisher                 15/1     

Jim Harbaugh                20/1     

Bobby Bowden             50/1

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11 thoughts on “USC Notes: Interesting Post-Game Video

  1. Why is James Franklin’s named mentioned for the USC and Florida State jobs? It seems to me he has a good thing going at Penn. It’s just USC hubris that makes fans think any of these coaches would take the job of USC head coach. Who wants that headache?

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    1. 1.) The Jim Mora strategy. Link you client to every available job in order to extract more money.
      2.) Allegedly, Franklin is unhappy that Penn State refuses to pay assistants more.

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    2. May be cuz hes rapped with all the chldren their and he wunts moar chldren to rap with in calfirona, u gotta use ur hed befour u ask a dum qeustion sense the anwser is probaly vary obveous to the smart poeple

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  2. Herbert to JT, “Half of our team is from Cali, including Devon (Williams). Enter the portal, you’d be eligible right away.”

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