Will Pac-12 Lift Suspension On Team Activities?

The NCAA Division I Council voted to approve voluntary athletic activities in football, men’s and women’s baskettball to start June 1st and go through June 30th.

Next week, the Pac-12 will determine whether to lift a suspension on team activities that is currently in effect through May 31st.

Ohio State says it will allow athletes to train at its athletic center beginning June 8.

AD Gene Smith said he has studied plans to allow 20,000-22,000 fans at a home game. Perfect for USC.

7 thoughts on “Will Pac-12 Lift Suspension On Team Activities?

    1. Kenwible,

      You are ablsolutely correct. SC needs to play all their games for the interest of the team, show what Helton looks like as a coach, to show strength and not be a pusified team, and get back to playing Trojan football.

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  1. Any given year with the way USC is able to recruit itself and bring in quality players, an incompetent coach should be able to win 7 games. A decent coach should be able to win 9-10 games and a good coach should win 11-12 games.

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    1. Is Clay getting nervous? He should be. The proof will be in the pudding per my poor deceased Grandma.
      I’m getting a boner just thinking about USC playing football.
      #Don’tGetlexcitedUSCFan.

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