USC v. UCLA

Now that the coaching staff is completed, who has the better staff? I’d say the Bruins get the obvious edge at offensive coordinator with Noel Mazzone over Clay Helton (and Lane Kiffin). Defensive coordinator is more of a toss-up especially with Jim Mora’s defensive background.

The offensive line could spark a greater debate (Adrian Klemm v. Mike Summers). Maybe USC gets the edge at defensive line (Ed Orgeron v. Angus McClure).

Any thoughts?

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The No Trojan Coaching Staff

With USC’s coaching staff completed, one thing that few discussed is that no former USC players are part of the staff. In the past three years, Keary Colbert, Sammy Knight and Kennedy Polamalu were assistants but they are gone.

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USC Morning Buzz

The USC basketball team is eager to make up for last month’s loss at No. 11 Arizona when the Trojans host the Wildcats tonight at 6:30 at the Galen Center.

Meanwhile, the public will be allowed to watch some spring football practices. The first 200 fans to arrive each day may observe practices on March 5-7-14-26-28 and April 4-9-11 from Dedeaux Field.

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Some USC Coaching Mottos For Next Season

We’re No. 1 (with the most offensive coaches in the country)

Defensive coaches, we don’t need no stinkin’ defensive coaches

Our 3 defensive assistants are better than all of yours

How many offensive assistants does it take to screw in a lightbulb?

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Matt Barkley On A Regret From 2012

Matt Barkley was asked by NFL Network analyst Steve Mariucci if he regretted anything from last season. “Being more assertive or direct, with the players or with the staff, in how I wanted the ball to move across the field,” Barkley said.

Full interview here

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USC Morning Buzz

The defensive backs ran the 40 at the NFL combine this morning and three USC players participated: T.J. McDonald (4.59), Nickell Robey (4.53) and Jawanza Starling (4.64). Robey’s time probably did not help because he is a cornerback and not a safety like McDonald and Starling.

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