Kedon Slovis
Is There A Quarterback Controversy?
3 days ago by Marc Kulkin
Following Tuesday's full pads practice head coach Clay Helton met with the media and disclosed the quarterback depth chart.
Matt Fink & Kedon Slovis Discuss Their Quarterback Roles
3 days ago by Marc Kulkin
The role of the back up quarterback is one of always being ready and on alert because you're one snap away from being the guy. Matt and Kedon speak about how the news was broken to them with regards to the depth chart.
Fall Camp Day 16: Notes & Observations
4 days ago by Marc Kulkin
Tuesday shed some light on the quarterback depth chart as Clay Helton let us know who the starting QB will be as well as the back ups...there was a mild surprise when the #2 was announced.
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Where They're At, Where They're Heading At The Midway Point
7 days ago by Marc Kulkin
Like a Monet painting, USC, looks good from afar, but they're far from good. A bit of hyperbole there, however, the good looks are not too far away.
Is The Defense Better Than Expected Or Is The Offense Not As Good
9 days ago by Marc Kulkin
A developing story might be in the works. Why has the defense looked as good as they have so quickly with such a young secondary?
Fall Camp Day 7: Scrimmage #1 Notes & Observations
14 days ago by Marc Kulkin
A perfect summer's day on Howard Jones Field produced a "Scrimmagey" type of day. Lots of good plays, lots of what could have been types of plays and some penalties made the first fall scrimmage something to build off.
Fall Camp Day 6: Notes & Observations
16 days ago by Marc Kulkin
There were no pads today, however, it was still a productive day of practice as the team did a lot of situational stuff. On a positive note the defense is creating turnovers. The other side of the coin, the offense is putting the ball on the turf.
Fall Camp Primer: The Quarterbacks
1 mo ago by Marc Kulkin
USC has spoiled her fan base with the wealth of quarterback talent over the years and will look for that trend to continue in 2019.
TI Roundtable: Final Takeaways and Observations from USC's 2019 Spring
4 mo ago by Joshua An
Scott Schrader, Joshua An, and Nate Goldstein examine who stood out and what to look out for moving forward for USC.
Keep It Simple Stupid — USC's offensive simplicity a net positive
5 mo ago by Mike Piellucci
The first week of spring ball is in the books and, after weeks of questions, we’ve finally begun to get answers. Or, at least, snippets of them.
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