Carol Folt just sent out this message to students/alumni: May 31, 2020 Dear Trojan Community, I write today, hoping you and your families are well and safe, yet knowing that many of you are not; your hearts are aching, and you are searching for answers, actions, and hope. The horrific deaths of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery and so many others, together with the … Continue reading Carol Folt Issues New Statement
One thing coaches I’ve talked to wonder about for this season is how the defensive secondary duties are being split up. Craig Naivar is the safeties coach and Donte Williams coaches the cornerbacks. “You need to have the entire secondary on the same page,” a Pac-12 coach said. “So it will be interesting to see how that works out. Especially since those guys (Naivar, Williams) … Continue reading USC Sunday Buzz: Secondary Duties Could Be Issue
I started an appreciation of players from the Paul Hackett era yesterday. Here’s another one: wide receiver R. Jay Soward. Soward will always be one of my favorite players at USC. He was funny, unpredictable, interesting and could make an an explosive play at any moment. Continue reading USC Pictures Of The Night
USC president Carol Folt has issued a statement on the national protests and so have some high-profile coaches/players nationally: I know the horrific event of George Floyd’s death is hurting our students and community. As Trojans, we must redouble our efforts to build a truly just and welcoming community. And our hearts and voices must fight racism and injustice now and always. — Carol Folt … Continue reading Saturday Buzz: USC/National Reaction To Protests
Here’s a mouth-watering stat for the USC athletic dept: Utah football’s season-ticket renewal rate is 94 percent with a waiting list in the thousands. During a pandemic. I bet USC would be happy with a 75 percent renewal rate right now. Continue reading USC Wishes It Were Utah In One Dept.