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USC defensive lineman Scott Starr talks adjusting to USC's new 5-2 format, a scheme he first played back in high school.
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USC has had a number of top linebackers play for the program over the past few decades, and now one of their coaches thinks they should be called "Linebacker U."
LOS ANGELES -- Cody Kessler remains fond of a lesson taught by his high school coaches: "Be constructive, not destructive."
When it comes to those words, the USC redshirt sophomore quarterback walks a fine line.
He's his self-proclaimed worst critic. After going through what he calls the "worst practice I've had since I've been here" on Wednesday...
LOS ANGELES -- USC quarterback Cody Kessler said it was "terrifying" watching his teammate Marqise Lee needing to be escorted away from the practice field on Friday.
Lee went up for a deep pass over the middle, and with a defender draped over him landed awkwardly, suffering an apparent shoulder injury.
Lee was taken off of the field where soon after a school official...
LOS ANGELES -- A collective sigh of relief could be heard around the USC campus Saturday night.
USC coach Lane Kiffin revealed Saturday that the injury suffered by All-American wide receiver Marqise Lee is not serious.
Lee suffered a bone bruise near his shoulder while making a catch during Friday's practice. He's day-to-day, Kiffin announced.
"(He) should be back...
When the 2012 preseason coaches poll was released the USC Trojans found themselves ranked No. 3 to start the season. The Trojans were a popular pick to make it all the way to Miami to play for the national title in 2012.These mighty standards and hype placed upon USC was short lived and made last season a major disappointment.The 2012 USC Trojans finished 7-6 including a loss to...
If USC is going to make any noise this season they'll need big seasons from their experienced players and whoever takes over for departed quarterback Matt Barkley will need to step up. Health will also be a key but the Trojans are of to a bad start in that category.
Star receiver Marqise Lee left practice after injury his shoulder and returned shirtless and in a sling.
Southern California receiver Marqise Lee left practice early Friday after apparently injuring his right shoulder.
The All-American appeared to get hurt while attempting to catch a long pass from Cody Kessler in coverage. He stayed down on the field before USC's medical staff escorted him away.
Coach Lane Kiffin provided no update on Lee's condition after practice, saying...
USC fans can finally exhale. In yesterday evening’s practice, star wide receiver Marqise Lee made an extremely difficult catch, but landed hard on his shoulder and was forced to leave the field and did not return.
Lee also missed today’s practices, and Trojans fans were starting to worry that the injury was potentially very serious. Thankfully for USC, Lee only has a bone bruise...
All-America receiver Marqise Lee has returned to practice at Southern California after missing four days of training camp with an injury.
Lee participated in both sessions of the Trojans' practice Wednesday night.
The Biletnikoff Award winner had a bone bruise around his right shoulder after a fall during practice last Friday. After sitting out the next four days of workouts...
USC head coach Lane Kiffin discusses Friday's practice and recaps Thursday's scrimmage since dissecting the film. Kiffin also comments on the apparent injury to Marqise Lee during practice.
USC corner back Torin Harris walks through the highlights from Day 6 of USC Fall Camp.
USC head coach Lane Kiffin discusses Thursday's practice, the first scrimmage of fall camp.
USC head coach Lane Kiffin discusses the injury suffered by Marqise Lee and the first double-day of the Trojans fall camp...
It was a scary moment for the USC staff, players, and fans on Friday when star receiver Marqise Lee went down -- and stayed down -- after attempting to catch a deep pass from Cody Kessler. Head coach Lane Kiffin updated Lee's status after Saturday's evening practice.
Welcome to The Sports Bank’s fourth annual college basketball season preview series where we break 111 teams in the 111 days leading up to the opening tip-off of the 2013-2014 season. We will rank the 84 power conference teams (including the new Big East and American Athletic Conferences) and top 27 mid-majors in reverse power ranking order. We’ll break down rosters...