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An update on USC transfer RB Ty Isaac

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Earlier this month, reports surfaced that USC running back Ty Isaac was released from his scholarship and seeking to transfer closer to home. The Trojans later sent out a tweet confirming Isaac’s...

Seniors power NU past USC at Wrigley Field

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The view from the press box of the lacrosse set-up at Wrigley Field before Northwestern beat USC 12-7 (the stands filled up more once the game started). If you look really closely you can make out...

Would Pat Fitzgerald leave Northwestern for Texas or USC?

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The 2013 college football season began with two big-time programs reeling amid recent regressions to the mean. The pressure to win at a level on par with typical program standards has shined a new...

Kyle Prater eligibility update: July ruling likely

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Photo from the Chicago Tribune by Chris Johnson (@chrisdjohnsonn) After five long, agonizing months of waiting, hoping, speculating, the Kyle Prater transfer saga has revealed its end point. Teddy...

Is USC the top school for producing NFL QBs?

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Are Eagles quarterbacks Matt Barkley and Mark Sanchez part of an elite collection of college passer or are they just a product of quantity over quality?

USC Center Marcus Martin visited the Eagles

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Marcus Martin reportedly met with the Eagles for a pre-draft visit.

Sarkisian's Spring Seminar: Some Burning Questions

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We take a closer look at some of the biggest story lines heading into Spring Football.

Trio Placed In 2014 College Hall of Fame Ballot

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The National Football Foundation (NFF) announced today the names on the 2014 ballot for induction into the College Football Hall of Fame, including 75 players and six coaches from the Football Bowl Subdivision and 87 players and 26 coaches from the divisional ranks. Here are the three Trojans that will up for the final vote from the National Football Foundation in the coming months, which will be named in early May and then inducted December 9th, 2014. Tony Boselli, Southern California-Offensive Tackle-Two-time First Team All-American in 1992 and 1994 (consensus-1994)…Named top offensive lineman in Pac-10 (1994)…1994 NFF National Scholar-Athlete and Outland Trophy finalist. Mark Carrier, Southern California-Safety-Two-time First Team All-American (1988-89) – unanimous in 1989… 1989 Jim Thorpe Award winner… Two-time First Team All-Conference selection… Led the Pac-10 in interceptions in 1989 with seven. Keyshawn Johnson, Southern California-Wide Receiver-1995 unanimous First Team All-American who ranked seventh in Heisman voting…1995 Pac-10 Offensive Player of the Year…Earned MVP honors in 1995 Cotton Bowl and 1996 Rose Bowl wins. To be eligible for the ballot, players must have been named a First Team All-American by a major/national selector as recognized and utilized by the NCAA for their consensus All-America teams; played their last year of intercollegiate football at least 10 years prior; played within the last 50 years and cannot be currently playing professional football. Our well-deserving Trojans will up for election this Spring, and certainly bring back great memories of USC success. While legends continue to be honored, current players are dusting off the cleats to take the field for next week's Spring practice.

Breaking Down The Trojans DL/OLB Group

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Spring practice will say a lot about the growth of some of the younger players in this program.

Damien Mama Picks USC Over Bama, BYU

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One of the top undecided prospects in the nation will be playing close to home this Fall.

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