USC Morning Buzz: The Spring Game That Isn’t A Game

USC's Velus Jones, Jr. runs a play as Ykili Ross defends during spring practice at USC Thursday, April 13, 2017.  (Photo by David Crane/SCNG)

In this column, I look at Saturday’s annual spring scrimmage at the Coliseum, which will actually be a practice. I also look at the lack of suspense regarding the Trojans’ starting lineup.

Excerpt: There were a few questions going into spring but Jack Jones looks like he will replace Adoree’ Jackson at cornerback while Ajene Harris apparently fended off exciting freshman Jamel Cook at nickel back. There is little competition at inside linebacker, where John Houston should start.

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3 thoughts on “USC Morning Buzz: The Spring Game That Isn’t A Game

  1. I know there really isn’t anyone else (unless a true freshman proved to be unreal, but watching Jack in the Rose Bowl makes me very nervous about putting him “on an island” with a talented WR.

  2. We will agree to know it isn’t a game if you will agree to know this isn’t a story

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