Are you going to watch Sharknado 2 tonight? I will promise to watch if someone tells me Tara Reid’s character gets eaten. UPDATED: Losing a hand doesn’t count.
UPDATED No. 2: Name your favorite cameo.
Steve Sarkisian said last week there really were not any definite position switches. He acknowledged Anthony Brown will play some running back but said he had not decided if it was full time. Today, D.J. Morgan said he will play cornerback.
These are great little talking points in July. But how difference do I think this will make during the season: Almost none.
That’s USC wide receiver Hal Bedsole (19) and two-time All-American lineman Damon Bane (64). I’m running this picture mainly to spotlight Bame, who deserves to be in the USC Hall of Fame.
He was on the 1963 national championship team besides being a two-time All-American and was twice named USC lineman of the year. Bame was also a two-time all-conference selection.
Full team after the jump:
I hear that USC radio analyst Paul McDonald will not be back for this season. McDonald took last year off to watch his son play at New Mexico State and planned to return this year. But John Jackson, who did a nice job last year, will be the radio analyst this season.
USC coach Steve Sarkisian said cornerback Kevon Seymour has been ill but is feeling “much better now.”
Because of a technical problem, you must click here to access the live chat.
On Sept. 3, 2016, USC will play Alabama in Arlington, Texas and UCLA will play at Texas A&M in College Station.
Here’s a radio interview I did with Mitch Evans of 92.9 in Atlanta talking about USC heading into the season. At the end Evans mentions that in the South, South Carolina is also known as USC. “There’s only one USC,” I responded.
Full interview here
I will be doing a live chat Wednesday from 12 p.m.-2 p.m. as we draw closer to the start of training camp.
A 36-inch water main break on Sunset Blvd. caused major flooding at UCLA affecting Pauley Pavilion, the Morgan Center, the Wooden Center and Drake Stadium, according to reports. And maybe worse, there are large underground parking garages also flooded where people left their cars that look completely deluged. More photos here
UPDATED: At least five people were rescued from the parking garages.