Bye Week Take Away...The PAC12 Conference Is Bad
10 mo ago by Marc Kulkin
How bad is the Pac12 conference right now? There is not one team in the P12 worthy of a national discussion and if you watched the games this past weekend you'd understand why.
Thursday Notes & Observations: Trojan #Basketballschool Edition!
10 mo ago by Marc Kulkin
On Thursday the Trojans held an intra-squad scrimmage game and following the scrimmage, USC Scoop caught up with Coach Andy Enfield to get his impressions and we offer up some of own notes & observations too.
The Weekly Water Cooler
10 mo ago by Marc Kulkin
Defense wins championships and adversity builds character. The 2019 USC Trojans have displayed both so far.
SIDELINE VIEW: Trojans Stun Stanford 45-20
11 mo ago by Scott Schrader
A sideline of view of USC’s impressive 45-20 victory over Stanford Saturday night
11 mo ago by Marc Kulkin
Join our epic discussion before, during and after the USC vs Stanford Game tonight
SIDELINE VIEW: USC defeats Fresno St. 31-23
11 mo ago by Scott Schrader
A sideline view of the action Saturday Ishtar when the Trojans win their home opener versus Fresno St. 31-23
Fall Camp Day One: What To Expect
1 yr ago by Marc Kulkin
The Trojans open fall camp today and USC Scoop takes a look at what fans should expect heading to 2019's version of fall camp.
Making The Case: USC Will Start The Season 4-0
1 yr ago by Marc Kulkin
It could happen. It should happen. Will it happen? USC's schedule is set up to produce the best possible outcome when the Trojans play three out of their first four games to open the season at home.
It's All About Accountability
1 yr ago by Marc Kulkin
Good teams win close games. Well coached teams win the tough games. Great teams do both and have some luck. USC was none of the above last year.
Daniels says USC won't be playing safe in 2019
1 yr ago by Scott Schrader
Last season USC went entire halves of football games without scoring a point. 2018 starting QB JT Daniels explains why the offense will be different in 2019 in our latest chat with the talented signal caller
Potential Breakout Player: Brett Neilon
1 yr ago by Marc Kulkin
The center quarterback exchange issues last season was a point of contention. This season the goal is perfection.
Five Burning Questions Heading Into Fall Camp
1 yr ago by Marc Kulkin
With Fall Camp set to open on Friday (8/2) USC Scoop asks five questions that could make or break the Trojans 2019 season. While there are certainly more than five heading into fall camp, we thought this would be a good launching off point.
Fall Camp Primer: The USC Wide Receivers
1 yr ago by Marc Kulkin
The 2019 Trojans are ushering in a new offensive identity with the air raid attack, and the biggest benefactors will be a deep and extremely talented group of wide receivers.
Pac12 Media Day: Coaches Round Up
1 yr ago by Marc Kulkin
Throughout the day USC Scoop collected comments and quotes from the Pac12 head coaches. Here are some of their thoughts on USC and the challenges they could present with their new air raid offense.
LIVE UPDATES: P12 Media Coverage
1 yr ago by Marc Kulkin
Catch all the latest news and updates as they happen!
Fall Camp Primer Series: The Safeties
1 yr ago by Marc Kulkin
Between the two groups that make up the secondary the safety positions have the most experience returning. The question is can they stay healthy?
Hunter Echols outlines what's behind the culture change at USC
1 yr ago by Scott Schrader
After a forgettable 2018 season, several coaching changes, transfers and a season that would cost most head coaches their jobs, there's been significant changes within the USC football program. OLB Hunter Echols provides insight on what driven the changes
Fall Camp Primer: The Special Teams Return Specialists
1 yr ago by Marc Kulkin
With all of the skill position talent on USC's roster will the return game be an integral part of the attack or the set up man out of the bullpen?
Weighing in with Justin Dedich
1 yr ago by Marc Kulkin
Justin is the biggest and strongest that he's been in his life. Yesterday he let us know that he's up 301 pounds.
Fall Camp Primer: Special Teams--Long Snappers, Punters, and Kickers
1 yr ago by Marc Kulkin
Question: When do you know that you have a good long snapper on special teams? Answer: When you never hear his name called.
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