Why is Matt Fink still at USC? He has his degree. He can transfer anywhere. He already got to start a few games last season, which was great for him, especially the Utah game. So why is he sticking around to be the insurance policy for Kedon Slovis and JT Daniels? I get that he loves USC and being a Trojan. But he has one … Continue reading Should Matt Fink Transfer?
ESPN has released its first “Football Power Index” rankings of 2020 and USC is No. 13, the highest-rated Pac-12 team. Oregon is right behind the Trojans at No. 14. The FPI ratings are “a measure of team strength that is meant to be the best predictor of a team’s performance going forward for the rest of the season.” Does anyone these predictions? Last year, ESPN … Continue reading ESPN FPI Likes USC To Win Pac-12
It’s a quiet Sunday so USC decided to release its spring practice schedule. I guess it doesn’t matter since Carol Folt had already announced the spring game was April 11. But announcing on a Sunday of a three-day weekend? Really? Continue reading USC Releases Spring Schedule
Marcus Allen will be the headline speaker at the . . . LSU coaches’ clinic on March 12-13. Who else? John Robinson. And new defensive coordinator Bo Pelini, who is a Pete Carroll disciple. I can’t really blame Allen. Would you rather spend time with Clay Helton or Ed Orgeron? Case closed. The USC women’s basketball team hosts No. 3-ranked Oregon at the Galen Center … Continue reading USC Sunday Buzz: Marcus Allen Returning To . . . LSU
Mike Bohn did a hometown interview and talked about how USC legends talked about te importanceo of competing in practice. “When you talk to Ronnie Lott and you talk to Marcus Allen here (at USC), they talk about how on different sides of the ball they were constantly challenging each other, and it raised both of their games. I think that’s obviously what I believe … Continue reading Mike Bohn Spoke To Some USC Legends
Clay Helton is supposed to be a nice guy/poor coach. But not everyone agrees with the nice guy part. Someone who worked with Helton for several years in Heritage Hall saw him at a USC basketball game. They said hello, because it seemed like the right thing to do. “I don’t remember you,” Helton said. When he was reminded that they worked together for several … Continue reading Clay Helton's Fuzzy Memory