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Superstar USC Trojans wide receiver Marqise Lee's shoulder is feeling good, but he's not feeling nearly so great about his team's "crazy" quarterbacking situation.
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LOS ANGELES -- Just two days ago, USC wide receiver Marqise Lee said his injured right shoulder was "fine."
On Wednesday afternoon he said the same thing although it didn't look that way during the Trojans' third scrimmage in the Coliseum of fall camp.
Lee was going after a pass that was thrown to his side. He dove for it and landed on his right shoulder --...
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USC’s All-American wide receiver Marqise Lee and coach Lane Kiffin decided to mend their little “tiff” (if you can call it that) over engaging in a kind act of delivering ice cream together to the USC marching band this week. Lee was a bit miffed that his coach had still not picked a starting quarterback and he let the media know his thoughts. Well, just one day later coach...
Southern California has wrapped up training camp without choosing a starting quarterback, and receiver Marqise Lee says the situation is ''crazy.''
Coach Lane Kiffin says he still hasn't decided between Cody Kessler and Max Wittek after the 24th-ranked Trojans' final scrimmage at the Coliseum on Wednesday. Kiffin says not much separates the two passers hoping...
If you’ve been paying attention at all this offseason, it’s clear that USC has already found the biggest obstacle it must overcome in 2013 if the team is going to succeed: the injury bug. Of course, wide receiver Marqise Lee is the biggest concern — earlier this camp, he injured his shoulder making a catch, but it was announced that was okay and just suffering from severe bruising...
John Wayne was awarded a game ball after USC beat Texas in 1966. Here's his thank-you letter to then-Trojans coach John McKay.
USC Trojans coach Lane Kiffin and superstar wide receiver Marqise Lee rode over to a field full of sweaty marching band members in a surprise ice cream truck.
The ice cream during practice trend continues. We’ve seen it in the NFL with the Ravens and with a college team in Rutgers but now we have USC’s All-American wide receiver Marqise Lee and head coach Lane Kiffin delivering ice cream to the Southern California marching band after their practice on Thursday afternoon. A post-practice surprise from @Lane_Kiffin & @TeamLee1...
The declaration was loud and clear.
Silas Redd smiled. Offensive linemen danced.
USC coach Lane Kiffin said he wanted to focus more on the run game.
Enter offensive line coach and running game coordinator Mike Summers from Kentucky, No. 5 on our list of USC Keys to Success for the 2013 season.
He joins James Cregg, giving the Trojans two offensive line coaches. They each focus...
LOS ANGELES -- The jury is still out on the Hawaii defense.
Chances are they could provide much stiffer competition than the USC service team.
And if that's true and the first half of USC's mock game on Wednesday was any indication of what next Thursdays season opener at Hawaii is going to be like, the Trojans could be in for a long trip.
USC wore their game uniforms...
USC football head coach Lane Kiffin debuted his new coaches show, "Trojans Live," produced by FOX Sports West and featured on KFWB NEWS TALK 980 on Thursday night.
There was much debate on whether or not Kiffin would debut the show with a bang.
Perhaps, by announcing a starting quarterback?
The answer, as it was throughout every day of fall camp, was...no.
He and wide...
USC head coach Lane Kiffin discusses day 19, the final day of the Trojans fall camp before preparing for their season opener on Aug. 29 at Hawaii....
Marqise Lee can't believe Southern California wrapped up training camp Wednesday without choosing a starting quarterback.
''This is crazy,'' the Biletnikoff Award-winning receiver said.
Yet when asked to make the call between Cody Kessler and Max Wittek himself, even Lee acknowledges the difficulty of the decision facing coach Lane Kiffin.
Oh, this is rich....and not just in an ice cream kind of way.
Check out this video of USC head football coach Lane Kiffin and star wide receiver Marqise Lee paying a visit to the USC Marching Trojan band as they wind up their practice week.
Kiffin is driving the ice cream truck, Lee the chief server.
And yes, there's a spate of wacky college...