TRE MADDEN RUMORS & GOSSIP
Tre Madden was in full pads Tuesday morning on Howard Jones Field. He was a minimal participant as the USC tailbacks went through individual drills.
The road to recovery for the USC tailback, slowed by a turf toe, has been a slow, frustrating experience.
Madden felt healthy enough to take the field Tuesday but by the end of individual drills he started to feel "sore."
LOS ANGELES (AP) If Javorius Allen was surprised to receive criticism from his head coach after his third 100-yard rushing game of the young season, Southern California's top running back didn't show it.
In fact, the back better known as Buck agreed with it.
Allen knows the 16th-ranked Trojans (3-1, 2-0 Pac-12) are capable of much more in the running game than they've...
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Focus: Running Back
Post-Spring Depth Chart
1A) Javorius “Buck” Allen
1B) Tre Madden
2) Justin Davis
Coming off of a 10-4 season, the USC football team is looking to improve in 2014. Although Cody Kessler returns at quarterback, the running game is what will be the focus in new coach Steve Sarkisian’s up-tempo offense. While sophomore back Ty Isaac has recently been...
Ed Orgeron after the victory against Arizona (Photo credit: Stephen Dunn/Getty Images)
The game started out strangely enough. Former USC receiver, Keyshawn Johnson, stomped out of the Coliseum tunnel wearing a jersey that neither had his name nor was it a USC jersey— it was Ronnie Lott’s 49ers jersey. The strange occurrences continued during interim head coach Ed Orgeron’s...
The Trojans chose to do something rare at the start of the game. After winning the coin toss, they chose to receive instead of defer to the second half. While it was a slight breach of tradition, there was a reason.
On the first play of the game, Kessler threw a deep ball to Marqise Lee. According to Lane Kiffin during the post-game press conference, “That was Max Nikias’s play...
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...
The USC Trojans got good news the last two weeks, landing 4-star cornerback Chris Hawkins and top-ranked 2013 quarterback Max Browne, but the optimism was tempered by Tre Madden’s season-ending knee injury.
Last weekend, Hawkins put on a show at the Los Angeles Nike Camp, taking home MVP honors among cornerbacks before selecting USC over Pac-12 rival Stanford.
A few days later...
USC's first 10 spring workouts routinely ended with Coach Lane Kiffin providing an optimistic outlook based on the day's events.
Sophomore tailback Tre Madden, who has impressed in his switch from linebacker, fell to the ground without being hit late in the workout as Madden attempted to plant and cut off his left leg. He was assisted off the field because...
LOS ANGELES -Tre Madden was on a one-week trial at running back.
After participating in his first scrimmage at the position at the Coliseum on Saturday, Madden passed the test.
"He will be playing running back," USC head coach Lane Kiffin announced at the conclusion of Saturdays practice.
Madden showed burst and a power that impressed the head coach.
"At 225 pounds...
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The depth at running back at USC is razor thin.
Just two scholarship backs - Curtis McNeal and D.J. Morgan - suited up on Tuesday, while redshirt freshman Buck Allen continued to nurse a hamstring.
With some time to think about the situation during spring break, head coach Lane Kiffin decided to give sophomore linebacker Tre Madden a look with the tailbacks.