Sam Darnold On Interceptions

Today was the first time Sam Darnold spoke to the media for several weeks so he was asked about his six interceptions during spring practice.

“I think I’m definitely forcing a lot of passes when I shouldn’t be,” Darnold said.

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Two Points On Sam Darnold

This is a telling picture from Saturday’s scrimmage. It’s also a good time to emphasize that two things can be true at once: Sam Darnold is the best QB in the nation and will be the No. 1 pick in the NFL draft if he goes pro next year. And it is also true his six interceptions this spring are way more than he threw in the 2015 fall camp; 2016 spring practice and 2016 fall training camp, when he had a combined total of two interceptions.

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USC At The Final Four

Here’s an action shot from the 1954 Final Four, where USC played Penn State in the third-place game. Trojans forward Roy Irvin tips the ball into the basket while the Nittany Lions’ Jesse Arnelle goes for the rebound.

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Did You Get Into USC?

USC received more than 56,000 applications and accepted an all-time low 16 percent for next year’s freshmen class. The school seems more popular than ever and harder than ever to get into.

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USC-Raiders Connections

The Raiders’ move to Las Vegas is a blow for former USC star Ronnie Lott, who was the face of a private investment proposal to build a $1.3 billion stadium at the current Coliseum site,

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