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Morning Buzz: Could USC Line Up Back-To-Back 5-Star QBs?

USC is recruiting five-star Class of 2024 QB Dylan Raiola since he decommitted from Ohio State. The question is whether Raiola would seriously entertain USC? He obviously knows USC has five-star QB Malachi Nelson of Los Alamitos coming in this fall. “The offense (Riley) runs and the way he develops people, it’s about how he gets playmakers the ball from a quarterback and play-calling standpoint,” … Continue reading Morning Buzz: Could USC Line Up Back-To-Back 5-Star QBs?

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USC Names Commencement Speaker

Kevin Feige, the president of Marvel Studios, will be USC’s commencement speaker on May 12. I’m underwhelmed but that’s because I’m not a big follower of those type of movies. Feige is a USC alumnus and has been behind multiple Marvel franchise films, including “The Avengers,” “Guardians of the Galaxy,” and the “Black Panther” series. “I’m so excited Kevin Feige is our commencement speaker. He’s … Continue reading USC Names Commencement Speaker

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USC Might Face Receiving Duo In Crosstown Rivalry

Former USC wide receiver Gary Bryant is expected to visit UCLA today. Bryant is also strongly considering Arizona and Miami. So the odds are pretty good USC will see Bryant next season. Imagine if USC plays UCLA and the Bruins’ starting receivers are Kyle Ford and Bryant? But will incoming freshman quarterback Dante Moore be the one throwing passes to them? Continue reading USC Might Face Receiving Duo In Crosstown Rivalry

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Morning Buzz: Two USC Players In NFL Draft First Round

Mel Kiper of ESPN did his first mock draft and has USC defensive lineman Tuli Tuipulotu going to the Los Angeles Chargers with the 21st pick Jordan Addison is selected by the New York Giants with the 25th pick. If true, did Addison increase his draft stock by transferring to USC? I don’t think so. But he made more money than at Pitt. He probably … Continue reading Morning Buzz: Two USC Players In NFL Draft First Round

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And There’s McDonald’s All-American Fallout

Bronny James is considering USC, Oregon and Ohio State. He is also the son of LeBron James. But it is highly debatable whether he deserved to be named to the McDonald’s All-American game today. Consider this: James is a four-star recruit and ranked No. 43 nationally by Rivals. Caleb Foster, who plays at league-rival Notre Dame High School, is a five-star and ranked No. 18 … Continue reading And There’s McDonald’s All-American Fallout