Morning Buzz: USC Winners And Losers Of Week

WINNERS

Bobby Haskins

The transfer from Virginia gets it. I like the way he talks. He’s mature and offers good leadership for the offensive line. He should be a starter by Sept. 3.

Lincoln Riley

Has avoided any serious injuries to key players so far in training camp. And with USC ranked No. 14 in the AP Poll, expectations are just right for him. Not too high or too low.

Jaxson Dart

He already looks like he won the starting job at Mississippi.

The athletic dept.

Sometimes it is hard to tell if they want former athletes to return. They are turning away football players from a pre-game pizza party before the Rice game. They have turned away ex-players who showed up for football practice. But if you make a large donation, well, that’s different.

DirecTV

They blew off the Pac-12 Network and nobody cares anymore.

Solomon Byrd

The rush end from Wyoming has benefitted simply from not missing any practices, unlike Korey Foreman.

LOSERS

USC

With six fraternities (and maybe more) disassociating themselves from the university, USC loses control over their activities. That won’t be helpful if there are any controversies at those fraternities.

Rick Caruso

Isn’t he the guy that should have solved the issues with the fraternities years ago? He was president of Sigma Alpha Epsilon when he attended USC and president of Order of Omega, a Greek honors society. Maybe he didn’t want to deal with it because it might taint his future mayoral ambitions.

BLVD Studios

I wonder how some football employees like being transferred to the NIL operation, which seems to have an amateurish feel, especially with donors plotting its demise.

The Hype Machine

Watch the hype machine in action again today if USC lands a commitment from three-star offensive guard Alani Noa of Grant High School in Sacramento.

62 thoughts on “Morning Buzz: USC Winners And Losers Of Week

  1. WINNER
    George Gascon dodges recall attempt despite being “Loathed by his own prosecutors and with Los Angeles facing a 15-year high in homicides.”

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      1. Gascon and his posse claim outside influences responsible for recall effort. Yeah right.

        How about the outside influences used to get him elected in the first place and defeat Jackie Lacey?

        It is getting hard to continue to live in LA County.

        Not sure who is bigger ahole, Barbara Ferrer or George Gascon.

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  2. winur – missus ol’peenus breth cuz she got plenny of boy frends
    looser – ol’peenus breth cuz she gotta try to get hir atenshun by botherun us hear and acktin awl stoopid

    smdh

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    1. How would you like a peenus in your mouth, because you can’t keep the word out of it, so I’m thinking you’re craving the taste of one, Eddie G.
      😂😂. Open wide sweetie —> 🍆

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    2. I want all bloggers to aim their peenues at my mouth, and I would appreciate if you all shot at the same time. Because I love ❤️ Peenuses, and what they have to offer 😃😃

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  3. USC staff will screw the pooch on Blvd, just give it time. The minds behind SBR realized it and are coming in to save the day, and the recruiting. (which of course is never discussed until they sign LOI)

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      1. WILL I LIVE TO SEE IT ??

        Hey MG

        ITS ONLY FOUR THIRTY IN THE MORNING IN HAWAII

        YOU ARE REALLY UP EARLY THIS MORNING BRO !!

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  4. How can Scott say that Haskins should be a starter by Sept. 3. Practices are closed. Scott hasn’t seen him or any of the other tackles compete against our D line. Being mature and articulate and providing a good post practice interview does not win you the starting tackle position.

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    1. Did you see Gillo Pontecorvo’s “The Wide Blue Road, George”? It’s about illegal dynamite fishing in Sicily……
      #….IDon’tKnowWhatMadeMeThinkOfThat

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      1. HI MICHAEL
        ARE THE FBI AGENTS OUTSIDE YOUR HOUSE NOW ??

        HAHA

        HOPE NOT

        MG HAS NOTHIN TO HIDE

        HEARD THE D O J HAS OFFERED TO GIVE DONALD HIS PASSPORT BACK !!

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  5. If I’m not mistaken, as I am often, Fraternity organizations are national. This means USC has become so “woke” as to be a drag on the system. Most students at USC are of adult age and don’t need Carol Folt for a mama.
    If Haskins is a winner doesn’t that make Foreman a loser?
    What happens if Foreman is a good player? Will Scott criticize his shoes or socks?

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  6. Folt does not want fraternities at USC. It is not part of her woke agenda. She is also opposed to legacy admissions and championship football but changed her mind about football when she realized that this would severely impact donations to the university. Folt’s vision is to transform USC into Stanford academically and to embrace the equity, diversity, and inclusion agenda. God help us.

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    1. Diversity and inclusion is great —hypocritical bullshit, virtue signaling and capitulation to threats of violence is something else….
      #Let’sFaceIt:CarolIsAPhonyWhoLivesInAllWhiteSantaMonica

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      1. Couldn’t agree more MG, the roaming gnome is a phony and only cares about money. She needs to be sent back to North Carolina.

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      2. MG: If I started a litigation firm, I would hire the most talented people I could find. People who give the firm the best odds of winning. Great research attorneys, great brief writers, people with engineering backgrounds who could assist with technical issues, and great trial lawyers. No other criteria. I would not hire anyone based on “equity” which means the opposite of merit. If you hire based on equity, you are doing a disservice to your clients.

        Biden’s cabinet is based on equity, inclusion, and diversity. Look at the results.

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  7. Haskins didn’t come to USC to be a sub. He came to play and for a rare occasion I have to totally agree with Wolf. Along with the two seniors on the line at center and tackle he will add an ingredient they have been missing. Rock solid ability and experience. This could become a great O line by the time we get to Utah.

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    1. Don’t get your point steveg49. Ford and Monheim came to play too. Let them all compete. Nobody should be given a position just because they are a senior and transferred. Agree that we have the potential to be a great O line.

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      1. Not saying give it to him, but I see him and his ability to earn and keep the position. Helton is gone and nobody should be given a spot. Point is he could have stayed at Virginia, but chose USC for a reason. Ford and Monheim will play, just not necessarily as starters.

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  8. HI SO CAL

    READ THE STORY ABOUT THE POOCH

    POOR DOGGIE WAS FORCED TO LIE IN THE SAME BED WITH TWO BRUINHOMOS

    LEAVE DOGGIE 🐶 ALONE I SAY

    LET SLEEPING 🐕 🐩 🐕 s LIE !!!!
    ALONE !!!!!!!!!!

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    1. LOL pissant ’76. It’s just like you to take the word of an 18 or 19 year old’s evaluation of Miami vs UCLA coaching staff. Johnson xfer’d to Miami because he didn’t figure in Chip’s FB plans. When was the last time any projected starter xfer’d? Pull your head out Pissant ’76.

      #62 – 33
      Ding, ding.
      Трахни свою мать AH

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      1. Oh. The word of former ruins isn’t trustworthy you say?

        Finally we find common ground on which we can stand together..

        Oh, then there’s Ben making fun of chippie with Jon. I believe they’re older, so they’re probably more reasonable.

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    1. I’d hate to be A. G. Garland at The Last Judgement…and I’d hate to be a bruin on November 19th…..
      #[HopeLastJudgementDoesn’tComeFirst]

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