USC Morning Buzz

It’s Notre Dame week and USC safety Dion Bailey said the Irish will face a revitalized Trojans team.
“We’re not the team they’ll see on tape (the first five games),” Bailey said. “We’re a family.”
Tight end Randall Telfer agreed: “We’re definitely a closer team.”
Bailey was upset at himself, however, for allowing a touchdown pass in the Arizona game.
“I didn’t bring my A game,” he said. “(The quarterback) threw a bad ball and I didn’t adjust. I didn’t play well. I got scored on and that’s never happened before.”

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  • realtrojan

    It still remains to be seen how drastically this team will improve under Orgeron, but the extent of it will accurately indicate how bad a coach Lane Kiffin was. FIGHT ON!!!

    • rusoviet

      I believe OR St. proved that last night against WA St. @ Pullman-WA – OR St. 52 WA St. 24.

  • TroyFan52

    Being an east coast fan, i will be there Saturday and feel a lot better now than I did. I can’t stop thinking about the Toxic Avenger and his offensive game plan against Washington state….what a waste. So glad he’s gone. And I loved how he still brought up sanctions at least twice I think…

  • steveg

    If the receivers ( tight ends, fullbacks, wide outs) catch the ball it is worth using all of them. How many TD got dropped Thursday night, how many first downs? Receivers coach needs to ream some butt and get these guys to concentrate on one thing at a time, make the catch first.

  • Golden Trojan

    Have to give Wolf credit, he has repeatedly pointed out the weakness in the defensive secondary. Pendergast needs to get that fixed if they are gonna win.

  • Stu Azole

    so if being a “family” doesn’t get him to bring his A game, why does he think things are different with a new coach? Silly trogans.

  • B.Miller