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4/24/14: USC has so many quarterbacks that they kind of have a controversy on their hands. Max Wittek is leaving, and there is a good chance he will end up in Texas - so at least he will not be a problem. Head coach Steve Sarkisian named incumbent Cody Kessler the starter, which many expected. But where does that leave highly prized recruit Max Browne? Browne says that he is not transferring after losing the position battle. Kessler still has two more years of eligibility remaining, so it may be quite some time before Browne sees meaningful playing time.
4/17/14: By all accounts, new head coach Steve Sarkisian led an outstanding recruiting effort (and in a hurry). The biggest 'get' was Adoree Jackson. Trojan fans have been waiting to see this youngster and Coach Sark has some bi. g plans for him. He will reportedly start out playing both offense and defense, with a resolution coming in the summer. Jackson is more than a gifted athlete, he is outstanding at both cornerback and wide receiver. Perhaps he could be a two-way player in the new USC scheme. Chances are that he will be committed to one side of the ball only, but it is an interesting idea to have him on both offense and defense.
4/10/14: The Trojans and their fans do not want a prolonged return to prominence, they want to be back on top of the Pac 12 quickly. New head coach Steve Sarkisian had himself a pretty good recruiting season, and the newcomers seem to understand that they may be expected to impact the team right away. USC has fived early enrollees this spring, meaning these guys are getting to participate in spring practices. That certainly is an advantage, rather than wait until the summer to learn the college schemes and adjust to a higher level of play. Sarkisian is yet to coach a game for USC, but the program seems to be benefiting from a change in coach and philosophy.
4/3/14: Many experts believe that Keyshawn Johnson Jr., son of USC standout wide receiver Keyshawn Johnson will eventually head to USC for his college football. Key Jr. is being recruited by several big programs, including Miami, Ohio State, and reigning national champion Florida State. The Trojans are also looking at five-star running back recruit Damien Harris. Harris named his top ten and USC, Alabama, FSU, Auburn, Ohio State and Michigan are all on the list. Harris is a junior at Madison Southern High School in Berea, Kentucky, so he does have a little while before he has to decide.
3/27/14: Southern California picked up a key commit recently as the nation's second-ranked pro-style QB, Ricky Town, committed to the Trojans. USC has a few QBs on the roster now, but really is looking for that 'franchise' guy to lead the team for a number of years. Incidentally, the nation's top ranked pro-style QB recruit, Josh Rosen, committed to cross town rival UCLA last week. That potentially means that the USC and UCLA rivalry could be heating up in the coming years with two of the best college quarterbacks at their respective helms. Like it or not, it is good for the Pac-12 and all of college football.
3/20/14: Though many people would hate to admit it, college football is better when USC is good. And that is where they are trying to get back to. The last three seasons have been more than disappointing. Many may blame former head coach Lane Kiffin, but it actually goes back to the Pete Carroll days. There were some NCAA violations that hampered the program; Kiffin may not have been the right head coach, but he was (probably) not responsible for the sanctions that USC had to endure. But USC should be back to rebuilding this season, and back to competing for national championships in the very near future.
3/13/14: Over the past two decades, the NCAA has tried to find the most objective way to rank teams. That inevitably leads to arguments surrounding a one-loss team from a strong conference (such as the SEC) versus an undefeated team from a less demanding conference (such as the Mountain West or even the ACC). It becomes even more important next season when the NCAA goes to a playoff. USC will not get off guard on this one, as they have a very difficult schedule next season which includes the Pac-12, but also features Notre Dame in the annual rivalry game (at home).
3/6/14: It has been a few years since Pete Carroll last coached the Trojans, but he is not shy about speaking his mind. Carroll was very critical of the NCAA and how they handled the Reggie Bush and O.J. Mayo situations (both were accused of receiving benefits that they were not eligible to receive). The USC football program received a sanction of losing 30 scholarships over three years. The team is just now getting out from that cloud and is looking forward to starting fresh this season with new head coach Steve Sarkesian. Still, Pete Carroll is not happy about how things played out for his former employer.
The USC Trojans play Division I college football for the University of Southern California in the recently formed Pacific 12 (Pac-12) Conference. The Trojans play their home games at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum in Los Angeles, CA. USC is coached by Steve Sarkasian. The Trojans' biggest rivals are Notre Dame and UCLA.
2/27/14: Well, its good to see that USC still considers themselves to be the at the top of the NCAA football food chain (even though their performance for the past several years would dictate otherwise). The school issued an apology last week for an Instagram post that referred to running back Jalen Hurd as 'soft and terrible'. Apparently, a USC coach or staffer made that comment during National Signing day when Hurd chose Tennessee over USC. Of course, if he was 'soft and terrible' USC would not have wanted him and would not have been so upset at his decision. Chalk it up to sour grapes and political correctness. And it would be fun if the Vols played the Trojans in a bowl game in the near future.
2/20/14: Sometimes, even smart people make questionable or even foolish decisions. Such is the case with USC. The school has deleted and now apologized for a short video from National Signing Day which had background audio that criticizes a recruit for signing with Tennessee. The recruit in question is 6'3, 230 pound, five-star running back Jalen Hurd. What makes this more interesting is that the voice may be from former Vols QB Tee Martin, who is now an assistant at USC. This is just another reminder that people must be careful of what they say in this world of social media, because private is not always private.
2/13/14: USC looks like they have turned the corner. They landed a top five recruiting class, which included keeping a lot of four star and five star recruits in California. Certainly, there was a lot of apprehension concerning the recruiting this season with a change of head coaching. However, it looks like the combination of the USC pedigree and new HC Steve Sarkesisan was a perfect match. Bear in mind that the new recruits are just freshman, so there will be a couple years before they have a great impact. But just look to FSU and Jimbo Fisher, who has been building top five recruiting classes since he became head coach, and is now the national champion.
2/6/14: For those accustomed to seeing USC in the top five of recruiting classes, well, that probably will not happen this year. Early estimates have the Trojans with the 26th ranked class, 5th in the PAC 12. That should not be surprising considering the programs has struggled for the past couple of years and they had a coaching change. Though USC supporters should expect it to improve next year and beyond. The biggest get so far looks like Viane Talamalvao, who flipped from Alabama to USC. The big 6'3, 310 pounder is the No. 4 offensive guard prospect in the country, and 86th among all recruits.
1/30/14: The Steve Sarkisian hire is already having a positive effect at USC. Five star QB recruit Ricky Town has decommitted from Alabama and looks like he is heading to USC. Town developed a good relationship with Sarkisian during recruiting over the past few years, and apparently does not want to play for new Alabama OC Lane Kiffin (ironically, the former head coach at USC). Town is the number two ranked QB recruit in the nation, and ninth overall at any position. That is a good start to the Sarkisian Era, and one that bodes well for returning the program to prominence.
1/23/14: Many USC fans and boosters will scoff when the name Lane Kiffin is brought up. They remember his largely forgettable tenure as head coach which ended with a firing at the airport earlier this year. They may choose to forget that he was actually a pretty good offensive coordinator for the Trojans in the mid-aughts, when USC was a dominant team. Kiffin was hired last week by Alabama to serve as the offensive coordinator. Again, many people laugh or mock this hiring, but the fact remains that Kiffin is a good OC, though he has struggled as the head coach on three different occasions.
1/16/14: USC has lost another key starter to the NFL, as tight end Xavier Grimble decided to forego his remaining college eligibility to turn pro. His motivation is that he is healthy and wants to take a shot at the big time. He could be a very enticing prospect, considering he is 6'5 and 250 pounds - making him a difficult matchup for secondaries. His USC career seems misused though. He only caught a total of 69 passes and 5 touchdowns with the Spartans. If he can find an NFL team that will use him properly, then he could have a great career.
1/9/14: It was not really a surprise, but more of an eventuality. USC star wide receiver Marqise Lee has declared for the NFL draft and officially ends his collegiate career. Lee has been the best players the Trojans have had on offense for the past few years. In 2011, he had more than 1,100 yards and 11 touchdowns. In 2012, he had over 1,700 yards receiving and 14 touchdowns. This season, he racked up just under 800 yards and four touchdowns, but was injured and limited for most of the season. Lee won the Beiletneikoff Award in 2012, and should be considered among the top WR coming out in this year's draft.
1/2/14: Since the Trojans destroyed Fresno State in the Royal Purple Las Vegas Bowl, there have been a few ongoings at the school. USC apparently wants Clay Helton back in some capacity, though that is unknown. Center Marcus Martin announced that he will enter the NFL draft rather than play his senior season for the Trojans. Martin was injured during the season finale against UCLA and did not play in the bowl game, perhaps prompting him to get a paycheck rather than get someone else rich next season. The big question is if WR Marquis Lee will come back or not.
12/26/13: USC may not have been happy to be in the Royal Purple Las Vegas Bowl, but unlike their trip to the Sun Bowl last season, they did not pout and simply go through the motions. The No. 25 Trojans made a statement against the No. 20 Fresno State Bulldogs, demolishing them 45-20. QB Cody Kessler had his best game yet, throwing for a career high 344 yards and four touchdowns in the rout. Interim Interim head coach Clay Helton will return to USC next season as part of new head coach Steve Sarkesian's staff. He was offensive coordinator this season, but it is not known yet what his position will be next season.
12/19/13: After a week of intense speculation, information and misinformation, there appears to finally be resolution to Mack Brown's status as head coach of the University of Texas. Brown officially announced his resignation from the position last weekend. He will coach one more game - the Alamo Bowl against Oregon on December 30th in San Antonio, Texas. Now the speculation will run on his successor. Nick Saban just signed an extension with Alabama, so he is likely out of the running. Other names may include Jimbo Fisher (Florida State), Art Briles (Baylor), and Todd Graham (Arizona State).
12/12/13: Ed Ogeron took over as interim head coach of the Trojans over two months ago when Lane Kiffen was fired. Ogeron re-energized both the team and the fanbase, with many people (boosters and players) wanting him to get the job. USC Athletic Director Pat Hayden went another direction and hired Steve Sarkesian, the head coach of the Washington Huskies and a former assistant coach in the Pete Carroll days. Ogeron immediately resigned. USC has one game left. They will play in the Royal Purple Las Vegas Bowl against Fresno State on December 21, obviously in Las Vegas.
USC Trojans Football Tickets - History
USC has one of the most successful college football programs in the United States. The program began in 1888. USC defeated its first collegiate opponent, St. Vincent's College, 40-0 the following year. The Trojans joined the Pacific Coast Conference (PCC) in 1922. The PCC was the predecessor to the Pac-10 (to be later re-named the Pac-12). USC has claimed 11 national titles; although the most recent one the Trojans won in 2004 has since been vacated because of NCAA sanctions. Technically, the Trojans' last national title came the year prior when they finished 12-1 and beat Michigan, 28-14 in the Rose Bowl. The Trojans have also won 38 conference titles, including seven straight from 2002-2008.
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