Lane Kiffin insisted he will not be nervous right before Thursday’s Hawaii game.
“I don’t have time to get nervous,” he said.
USC tailback Marc Tyler got some helpful advice from fellow tailback C.J. Gable before he makes his first start.
Lane Kiffin will be doing things differently on the road trip with his approach to pre-game walkthroughs and other things compared to his predecessor, Pete Carroll.
“There’s a million ways to do things,” Kiffin said. “It’s going to be a little bit tighter. That doesn’t mean its better by any means. The old way won 34 straight games and seven straight conference championships.
“But you have to be yourself and you have to let your own personality on your team. We’ll be a little tighter with them and not quite as loose.”
As you might notice, post-practice updates are posted first on the twitter feed located on the right side of this blog.
We already mentioned that freshman wide receiver Kyle Prater is expected to redshirt this season. Apparently, his thigh and hamstring injuries were too much to overcome and USC is deep at receiver.
Michael Reardon returned to practice Monday and is now the backup center. Khaled Holmes, listed as “limited” by Lane Kiffin, is the No. 3 center.
Kiffin said tonight that the defense’s tackling and the running game would be two big questions going into the Hawaii game because of the lack of live tackling on practices.