Look at all the former-or-once-committed-to-USC QBs putting up stats across the nation: JT Daniels passed for 540 yards with six TDs and 1 interception at Georgia. Jack Sears passed for 332 yards with three TDs and no interceptions before he got hurt at Boise State. Matt Corral passed for 2,744 yards with 24 TDs and 9 interceptions at Ole Miss. Bryce Young passed for 137 … Continue reading Morning Buzz: USC Should Be Former Quarterback U.
Josh Moore, a three-star wide receiver from Atlanta, decommitted from USC tonight. Moore had already decommitted from Stanford. The recruiting merry-go-round goes on and on. ESPN has canceled the Las Vegas Bowl, which means another Pac-12 bowl game will not be played. The Sun, Las Vegas, Redbox and Holiday bowls are out. Continue reading Recruit Decommits From USC
There is increasing speculation Texas will pursue Urban Meyer if it fires Tom Herman. Will Texas overlook the baggage that USC president Carol Folt did not want to deal with? The funny part (to me) is USC didn’t want Meyer’s baggage but still has not released a 3-year-old report on the misdeeds of the former dean of the medical school. So Folt’s transparency is situational. … Continue reading Will Texas Do What USC Was Supposed To Do?
This is such a weird season I forgot to bring back this list for the first three games. It doesn’t matter because the things to fix never seem to change for USC. 1.) Stay healthy USC officials are optimistic they will play this week. They just need to avoid positive COVID-19 tests. Or false positives. Or false negatives. And the same goes for Washington State … Continue reading USC Morning Buzz: 10 Things To Fix To Beat Washington State
USC dropped two spots to No. 20 in the College Football Playoff rankings. North Carolina, which was behind USC last week, moved ahead of the Trojans and lost its third game. The message: You need to play games. And you need to play ranked teams. Continue reading USC Drops In College Football Rankings
The season is only three games old, but that means it is midseason. So here are the midseason grades: QUARTERBACK Remember when Kedon Slovis was a Heisman candidate? That was before anyone knew about his mystery problems. Grade: C- RUNNING BACKS There’s nothing wrong really with Markese Stepp, Stephen Carr, Vavae Malepeai or Kenan Christon. But there hasn’t been much to get excited about, probably … Continue reading USC Midseason Report Card