Posted August 11, 2012 on usc.scout.com
PLAYERS: Lane Kiffin
TEAMS: USC Trojans
The Trojans held their first two-a-days of fall camp on Saturday, day six of fall camp. USC head coach Lane Kiffin called it the "tale of two stories" with defense doing well in the morning followed by the offense in the afternoon.
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