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USC head coach Lane Kiffin discusses Thursday practice as the Trojans prepare for Washington State.
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Lane Kiffin is not known for being conventional, or sane for that matter. Considering he let the air out of balls to stop Oregon, had players switch jerseys, and randomly goes for two during games we shouldn’t be surprised that he refuses to tell his players who the starting QB will be for the Trojans:
“I don’t address them that way, just like I don’t address who starts...
Cody Kessler, Max Wittek and coach Lane Kiffin all know who's starting at quarterback for No. 25 Southern California on Saturday night.
Kiffin just won't allow his quarterbacks to tell anybody else - not even the rest of the Trojans.
''That's Coach Kiffin's decision,'' Kessler said. ''He does what's best for us in his mind, and it works...
LOS ANGELES Once it was determined D.J. Morgan and Silas Redd would be left behind, USC head coach Lane Kiffin assumed Tre Madden would be his starting running back for the season opener at Hawaii last week.
In a time when just about all of Kiffin's calls are scrutinized, there were no complaints to be made about the decision involving Madden.
Madden's debut was quite...
College football teams are known for doing whatever they can to gain a competitive advantage (within the rules of course). Prior to the start of the season several teams waited as long as they could before naming a
LOS ANGELES --Josh Shaw approached his locker inside the McKay Center earlier this week and found a pleasant surprise.
His No. 26 jersey was replaced with No. 6.
Shaw requested the single digit number last spring but was turned aside and told number changes are only done in the fall.
The supply is far less than the demand of single digit numbers so they're handed out judiciously...
Hello Followers. Hope you’ve had a tremendous first week of Zeptember!
As some of you may recall, a few years ago I had an unparalleled win streak calling Cougar football games. Not only did I have a perfect season in 2007, I wound up being one game short of a perfect mark in 2008 (I picked us to beat Hawaii). Since then, well, I’ve been Joe Average across the...
USC fullback Jahleel Pinner discusses his position group and looks forward to Washington State.
Heading into the first week of any college football season there is that indomitable sense of optimism. If you’re in a BCS league in particular, with the right breaks, your team may find itself playing for the BCS Championship. Well, at least it could for this final year.
But given that this is a sport where you have to hit the ground running with no chance at playing games...