USC’s Pro Day will be March 21 and is closed to the public. No Pro Day will ever surpass the 2006 Pro Day when 3,000 packed Loker Stadium to watch Reggie Bush run the 40. This was back when the public was allowed to attend. Matt Leinart then threw at Howard Jones Field for a smaller crowd because you needed a pass. Will Jordan Addison … Continue reading USC Notes: Pro Day Set
Even in the ultra-paranoid NFL, training camps are open to the public. So why don’t college football teams allow the public to spring practices or fall training camps anymore? The answer, of course, is because coaches never want the public to attend practices. It doesn’t matter if spring practices are basic and bland. Not to mention with a scaled-down roster that can limit how much … Continue reading USC Morning Buzz: One Way College Football Could Follow NFL
USC had previously announced the spring game would be April 15. Now it announced it will be at 12 p.m. Oh, and it will be the only public opportunity to see the Trojans during spring practice. All other workouts will be closed to the public. It is the first time it will not be held in the Los Angeles area. It will be interesting to … Continue reading USC Spring Game Will Be Only Practice Open To Public
When you read other spring or preseason previews, you’ll usually see Mario Williams mentioned first or maybe second among the wide receivers. But I felt like there were times last season when Williams was targeted too much and I’m not sure it’s the best plan to make him the top target next year, even though Caleb Williams is obviously comfortable throwing to him. USC will … Continue reading Who Is USC’s Featured Wide Receiver?
USC will pay $13.05 million to settle a class-action lawsuit alleging the school mismanaged its retirement plans offered to faculty and staff, by billing participants with duplicated service costs and offering higher-cost, underperforming investment choices. The $13 million will be allocated and distributed to current participants of the retirement plans, authorized former participants and a beneficiary or alternate payee of such a person in the … Continue reading USC Settles Costly Lawsuit
College basketball had a rough week with Alabama. So let’s appreciate quite a weekend of buzzer beaters (and one high school buzzer beater): CAITLIN CLARK BUZZER-BEATER 🚨 No. 6 Iowa takes down No. 2 Indiana! pic.twitter.com/pRfXlgSCl4 — ESPN (@espn) February 26, 2023 https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js DOWN GOES NO. 7 ARIZONA‼️@SunDevilHoops WINS IT AT THE BUZZER 😱😱 pic.twitter.com/qJus7icYDO — CBS Sports College Basketball 🏀 (@CBSSportsCBB) February 25, 2023 … Continue reading USC Morning Buzz: What A Weekend Of Buzzer Beaters