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Bru McCoy Arrested; Suspended

USC wide receiver Bru McCoy has been “temporarily removed from team activities” following his arrest July 24 on suspicion of felony intimate partner violence with injury. McCoy was released on $50,000 bail. He has a court date set for Nov. 24. The story was first reported on USCfootball.com. Given the way USC has handled past cases, I’m not saying McCoy is “temporarily removed” is accurate, … Continue reading Bru McCoy Arrested; Suspended

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USC Morning Buzz: Winners And Losers Of The Week

KEYAN BURNETT; DAYNE SHOR The tight end committed to Arizona. The offensive lineman committed to Alabama. Neither position does well at USC. TODD McNAIR He settled his case for $8 million, if you believe Reggie Bush. JASON HART No longer has to cover for Andy Enfield’s bad decisions. EVAN MOBLEY The No. 3 pick in the draft meant USC had three straight first-round picks in … Continue reading USC Morning Buzz: Winners And Losers Of The Week

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Keyan Burnett Commits To Arizona

Tight end Keyan Burnett of Servite, who was previously committed to USC, committed to Arizona on Sunday. Not a surprise at all but these quotes pretty much confirm why he is not going to USC. “They see me as a traditional tight end,” Burnett told 247Sports. “They want to feature the tight end in their offense and like how well I fit in.” USC does … Continue reading Keyan Burnett Commits To Arizona

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Looks Like Another Offensive Lineman Ignored USC

Dayne Shor, a four-star offensive tackle from Alpharetta, Ga., committed to Alabama this weekend. USC offered a scholarship to Shor. Now I don’t expect any lineman with a chance to go to Alabama to choose USC, especially one from Georgia. But the list of highly regarded linemen who don’t even give USC serious consideration while the Trojans intensity their efforts on three-star prospects is something … Continue reading Looks Like Another Offensive Lineman Ignored USC

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USC Sunday Buzz: A Light Medal Haul So Far At Olympics

Usually at this point in the Olympics, we’ve already heard USC pull out its standard Olympics saying, “if USC were a country, it would rank — in medals won.” But it’s been a light medal haul so far, that will pick up with track and field underway especially with Michael Norman (400 meters) and Dalilah Muhammad (400 hurdles) coming up. Kendall Ellis won a bronze medal … Continue reading USC Sunday Buzz: A Light Medal Haul So Far At Olympics