Posted March 02, 2012 on
PLAYERS: Jawanza Starling
TEAMS: USC Trojans
USC safety Jawanza Starling talks about his last spring at USC, the competition he faces, new secondary coach Marvin Sanders and more in this video interview with SCPlaybook.

USC Football Recruit Dunks on the Whole State of Florida

<a href="" class="moshare-button-21" data-message="Nelson Agholor from Tampa, FL is one of the top football recruits in the country. He's 6'1" with 4.4 speed and he committed to USC Trojans last month. Just for kicks, Nelson is playing hoops this fall and apparently the young man is a pretty good athlete....

Kiffin Answers Some Lingering Questions

USC head coach Lane Kiffin answers some lingering questions just before the Trojans kick off spring ball.

Dillon Baxter Dismissed From San Diego State

Just over a week ago we told you how former USC running back Dillon Baxter’s transfer to San Diego State was not going well. Apparently, we were more right than we knew. On Wednesday night a report announced that Baxter has been dismissed from the University. The San Diego Union Tribune is reporting that Aztecs head coach Rocky Long claims that Baxter is “no longer with the...

Huskies are wary of wounded warriors

SEATTLE - From the outside looking in, it's hard not to cast a sympathetic nod in USC's direction. During a four-game pre-season trip to Brazil, the Trojans' basketball team looked pretty solid. The starting lineup consisted of Jio Fontan, Maurice Jones, juco transfer Dewayne Dedmon, Iowa transfer Aaron Fuller, and redshirt sophomore forward Evan Smith.
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