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The Crappy Week in Review

So here is what is happening in crappy SC news: USC has released Seantrel Henderson from his letter of intent. This is a classy move by Kiffin. He could have just said F-U to Henderson and he would have had to sit out a year if he transferred. Henderson has not officially signed with another […]

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USC football: 5 observations on the spring game

USC wrapped up its first Camp Kiffin with the annual spring game Saturday at the Coliseum. Here are my top five observations: 1. Position of strength Although the defenses they faced weren’t entirely the same, there’s no disputing that Mitch Mustain (above) had a more productive day than Matt Barkley to finish a strong spring. […]

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Opening the mailbag: Impressions of spring

Got bogged down on Friday, so this mailbag fermented over the weekend. To the notes. Jason from the Bay Area writes: So having seen most of the Pac-10 this spring, what are your impressions? Ted Miller: Obviously, we’ll have more on this going forward with a spring wrapup, but here are some quick hits. My […]

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Quick notes from USC’s practice

LOS ANGELES — Watched USC practice Thursday, so here are some quick observations. Lots has been written about how much better a slimmed-down Matt Barkley is moving. It was just one practice, but that also was my impression. Barkley seemed comfortable rolling out of the pocket and throwing downfield, which was not a big part […]

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HIGHLIGHTS: Boston College 2009

For those of you who missed the USC-BC game or would like to watch it again, TrojanWire has you covered. OFFENSE: Despite missing 3 starters on offense (RB Joe McKnight, TE Anthony McCoy, and OL Tyron Smith), the Trojans did not miss a beat. Matt Barkley had one of his best performances this season, throwing […]

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The Skinny: It All Comes Down To The Running Game

Stanford comes into the Coliseum as a hot team with Rose Bowl aspirations. The Cardinal’s defeat of the 8th ranked Oregon Ducks 51-42 put the nation on notice that Stanford football can compete at the highest level and Head Coach Jim Harbaugh is one of the best young coaches in the game. It was just […]

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Perry Starts

Freshman defensive end Nick Perry will get the first start of his career Saturday against Stanford.

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Latest injury report

Here are several injury updates for Saturday’s game following team doctor visits tonight:

 DE Armond Armstead (wrist): Probable
 WR David Ausberry (calf): Out
 RB Allen Bradford (knee): Probable
 LB Chris Galippo (neck): Probable 
DE Everson Griffen (toe): Probable
 FB Stanley Havili (shoulder): Probable 
LB Jarvis Jones (neck): Questionable
 S Drew McAllister (hip): Out
 TE Anthony […]

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Thoughts of the Day: 10-23-09

(Photo of Michael Morgan by Icon Sports Media) License to kill Beavers by the government of the United Nations. Man, free to kill Beavers at will. To kill, you must know your enemy, and in this case my enemy is a varmint. And a varmint will never quit – ever. They’re like the Viet Cong […]

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USC News, Notes and Mid-Season Reviews

Lets start with Anthony McCoy! We all saw how great he played against Penn State in the Rose Bowl and he is now showing us that he is a legitimate contender for the Mackey Award and the he could be a great pick-up in the NFL. He is one of the better blocking TE’s in […]

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Highlights: Notre Dame 2009

Matt Barkley passed for a career high 380 yards with a pair of touchdowns, Anthony McCoy had arguably the best game of his career, and we are all happy Damian Williams transferred to USC. The McKnight-Bradford duo is working well for the Trojans. The Trojan defense kept the Notre Dame offense in check. The referees […]

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