479 thoughts on “USC Adds Kicker

  1. Had he been coming in on scholarship, we’d need some heads examined at the McKay Center. Good sign though that Helton is trying to cover every base since we already have 4 kickers on rides I believe.

  2. Hey wolf, when are you gonna post the infamous comments Kiffin made about Alshon Jeffery?

    • Is he pumping gas some place? Seems like both Jeffery and Kiffin have done quite well since those days.

    • Stadthaus is rated a five-star kicker via the Khol’s Kicking rankings and No. 16 overall. He is also rated a four-star punter.

        • Alicia Artola on RoT reports Khol’s Kicking rated him a 4.5-star punter and says, “…he could come in and compete for kickoff duty straight away. Per Kohl’s,
          he finished second in kickoffs at the 2017 Texas December Showcase.”

  3. For those with HBO, the St Brown’s will be featured for a bit on HBO’s “Real Sports”. I believe it begins at 7:00 pm.

  4. It looks with this pick up Micheal brown is going to be a grey shirt. Which will give us a one of those scholies we’re asking about. Great pick up because he doesn’t cost anything. If turns out to be as good as khol’s kicking ratings say then next yr he’s worth a scholarship. I think they’re bringing him first as a punter but obviously will look at kicking.

    • Have you looked over that 2014 USC Trojans football roster you said was depleted of players due to NCAA sanctions yet?

      41 players?

      LOL!

      • It was the Las Vegas bowl that would be 2013 roster bone head. But like I said, your like CNN throw around truths to narrate your delusional false bloviating points of view. I gave you two journalists, dates, and sites. But oh yea I forgot Gary Klein of the La Times and Ben Kercheval of Bleacher Report or liars and idiots with the rest of the insane world that you call rah rah fans.

    • I never figured out why these kickers can’t do both. Teams used to have tryouts for kickoff kickers who were not that accurate but could kick it really long. Ahh, the good old days when things were simple.

      • irish killer Anthony Davis used to also kick off for USC. How bizarre was that? He absolutely ruined Notre Dame on returns and could also kick it to the end zone. They don’t make ’em like that anymore.

        • It doesn’t take a lot of talent to kick off, just a really strong leg. I’ve even seen O linemen that can clear the end zone.

          • Name me a star running back in college who’s doing it. Not happening.

            Sure, any strong, good athlete could get off an occasional good kick. But there would also be a lot of shanks and 25 yders which you never saw with Davis, who had the longest legs I’ve ever seen for a guy his size (probably only 5-8, 5-9 max).

            I went to USC when Anthony was there. He was truly one of a kind, and not just with his leg, but also in the way he dressed and drove around in flashy Cads with bizarre feathery hats – totally full of himself and independent in a remarkable way.

      • irish killer Anthony Davis used to also kick off for USC. How bizarre was that? He absolutely ruined Notre Dame on returns and could also kick it to the end zone. They don’t make ’em like that anymore.

  5. What USC needs to find are some balls for the Board of Trustees so that they can get up the nerve to kick this Max Nikias idiot to the curb.

  6. Scooter, you have not reported the 6 game winning streak the men have in basketball. What the heck is wrong with you? You should be building up the team by your positive writing on how USC has righted the ship since all of the problems from earlier in the season. You sir are no journalist.

  7. In other news, the USC Trojans will be bounced from the NCAA tournament by the second round.

    As usual Andy Enfield has been trying to please all the players by instituting his over used substitution tactic which in turn doesn’t allow the players to settle into a groove. That kind of tactic can work against mediocre competition in conference play, but it doesn’t work against quality non conference opponents.

    But hey, at least the the Trojans basketball team can say they made a playoff, which is more than the football program that is run by a second rate coach can say.

    Better luck next year.

  8. The one thing Clay Helton has a clue on is his decision to recruit numerous punters/kickers, even he knows that his offense being run by a first year starting QB while being coached up by a no name QB coach with himself being a second rate head coach won’t be doing much when it comes to moving the ball.

    Clay Helton knows he will break last years record of most 3 and outs in a season. Good looking out, Clay.

    LOL!

  9. Someone clued Clay Helton in on the fact that Helton has been neglecting the recruitment of offensive linemen and that Neil Callaway is still the offensive line coach so Clay Helton said he’s going to get one step ahead of expectation and recruit more punters.

    LMFAO!

  10. Since Clay Helton isn’t going to hire a legit strength and conditioning coach for the Trojans players then Clay needs to hold more of his all you can eat Friday night player/family meet & greet buffets in order to try and bulk up his players.

    • Yes, but they still have to wear nursery colors, call themselves “bRuins” and have to pass emasculation classes to graduate. Those after a Uclown English Lit. degree won’t need to have ever heard of William Shakespeare. (Fact, not a cheap drive-by lie — go ahead, look it up)

      LMAO — a football player with an English Lit major! Imagine this introduction before a game “Now kneeling for the Nation Anthem, De’Mustafa’a Abdul-Scmendrick: English Lit.”

      • But the good news for ruin fans is the ruins can’t flunk out with the new SJW major they offer to all the football and basketball players.

        • What are the odds that some SJW prof will require athletes to kneel for the National Anthem at all games. Chalk.

          #socialjusticeisneither

          • Speaking of that:

            THIS WAS MERELY A MATTER OF TIME.

            ESPN Host Max Kellerman : Notre Dame’s Fighting Irish Mascot Is Offensive, Needs to Change.

            ESPN morphed into MSNBC so quickly, it was impossible not to notice.

          • Max is smart —-but if you look into those wild eyes of his as he blathers on about issues which are slightly over his head, you know immediately something’s not quite right….

          • That was raised years ago and faded away.

            Cleveland is succumbing to pressures regarding Chief Whoever.

          • Funny, I don’t know anyone that watches the talking heads on espn. Games yes, but like most of us we learned there just isn’t that much to say, and then they throw in politics and ideology.

        • Please tell me this isn’t true. Of course, we have Social Justice minors in Education and a couple of other departments so we’re not far behind.

        • Please tell me this isn’t true. Of course, we have Social Justice minors in Education and a couple of other departments so we’re not far behind.

    • UCLA is filling up their late signing day class with a bunch of 3 star recruits, and a few 2 star guys they took from Oregon State and UNLV. IMO, this is Chip Kelly arrogance. “I can win with any recruit because I am magical Chip.”
      I really think this philosophy backfires on Kelly. Bobby Knight was the same way at the very end of his career. He thought he could win with anyone just because he was Bobby Knight.
      It doesn’t work that way. Arrogance personified.

      • Maybe, but he may just be creating building blocks on specific needs. One block doesn’t overwhelm ya but together it’s a brick house. Why do I say this one it’s a little late in the game for this recruiting cycle. Second I believe in the process and that’s what Helton is doing.

      • I agree. And not to sound to “homer” like but ucla’s class doesn’t look to impressive to me.

        • He got a bit of a late start. Before we dismiss him, I would wait to see what next years class looks like

          • Also, before I buy into Shoe Cause Choc Chip post NFL flopperoo career, I want to see what his team looks like now that everyone knows his offense backwards and forwards.

          • I think he is a world class P _ _ __K and hope he fails miserably. He equates being college a football coach with being important. He is condescending to the press and is also dismissive of the fans. Without both, college football is nothing and blow hard coaches don’t get to earn crazy big $..

          • And no coach has EVER been able to fix the loser ucla football culture. That’s always the narrative about underachieving ucla. And now Kelly will have to produce in Los Angeles as the team that is always second fiddle to the USC monster across town.

            When Kelly was big in the Northwest, UW, WSU and ORE ST were all crap. He got to be top dog. ucla will never be top dog in L.A. Will be fun to watch Kelly in that environment, especially when the L.A. press takes the gloves off.

          • Ya, as soon as the sanctions were over Idiot Freddy, USC started hammering ucla and ORE again with ease. You had to bring in Show Cause Choc Chip to try to stop the carnage.

            Too bad Kelly’s so rotund and fat and can’t take care of himself. I think that’s why Donut Dan loves him.

            I bet you’re really fat too. Now it all makes sense.

          • I think you’re right. Not sure if he really wants another shot at the NFL, though. And ucla has never been viewed as a stepping stone job to other colleges. Interesting times for college football in L.A.

      • I am no Chip Kelly fan and hope he fails miserably. But do not underestimate him. He can coach. Unlike the NFL, he can control players much more easily at the college level. Do not take him lightly–I guarantee none of the other coaches in the PAC12 are

  11. I know why we need more kickers. We treat them like crud. They win the Rose Bowl one week and the next they are expelled for maybe being seen abusing a girl friend. No due process, just ruin the kid’s future based on eye witness hearsay.

    • This problem is at most colleges. It started with Title IX and has morphed into a “guilty until proven innocent” type of witch hunt.

  12. Brilliant, Wolfman.
    66 comments (so far) on a post about SoCal adding a kicker!
    You are the king…..

  13. Anyone checked on the blogger? Awfully quiet today. You don’t suppose he’s making phone calls and following up leads?

    • I highly doubt it. My sources tell me he was last seen leaving the local Dunkin Donuts last night carrying numerous boxes. I think it might be the usual donut hangover.

  14. We could stop now and it would be a great class. The remaining guys out there we’re looking at would be great, but if they don’t come, we will have schollies there to go after grad transfers and/or sign a larger class in 2019 (when we hopefully can pull in premiere linemen). I don’t think we need to cave like Chip Kelly and start yanking in the riff raff nobody else wanted just to get bodies in.

      • Curious, the corporation that owns this blog going through heavy restructuring. First day in quite sometime that fresh threads haven’t come up.In past when WW didn’t blog ,there was someone who did at daily news.

        • Wolf’s gotta be shaking in his boots. I don’t think he has anything he can submit as a writing sample that isn’t loaded with typos and factual errors!

          • This is the end, beautiful friend
            This is the end, my only friend, the end
            Of our elaborate plans, the end
            Of everything that stands, the end
            No safety or surprise, the end
            I’ll never look into your eyes, again

            -The Doors

          • Like a steam locomotive heading down the line,
            He’s gone, gone, never be coming back, he’s gone..

          • “The wider L.A. environment tells that story. Just this week, DFM’s Los Angeles News Group acknowledged that it would lay off more newsroom positions, following last summer’s buyouts.

            That means LANG will cut more than 65 positions among its eleven local dailies, anchored by the Daily News and the bought-out-of-torturous-bankruptcy Orange County Register.

            (Ironically, a bankruptcy court allowed DFM/LANG to buy the Register last year, citing, in part, its ability to maintain the Register as a local news company.)

            That means that a company that as recently as mid-year 2017 paid 380 daily journalists will now pay no more than 250.

            Already, many of the remaining newsrooms have been described by visitors as “skeletal.” Soon, archeologists may be required to find the bones.”-Ken Doctor 1-19-18

          • Here’s to hoping that Scott doesn’t make this easy for them. As President Donald once said, “there are always 2nd amendment remedies available….”
            #WeMayNotBeReadingMoreFROMScott….
            #…ButWeMayBeReadingMoreABOUTScott

          • Yup, was wondering what the overall effects would be..I’m afraid the writing is clearly on the wall..hope not.

          • You’re confused?! I’ve been checking my walls for Inside USC updates….
            #TheyShouldNeverHaveLegalizedPot…

          • Checked the ruin site and they had a post yesterday…things could be dicey with the whole restructuring of the news industry these days..

          • A Jellyhead first: Actually referencing the real author of one of JH’s cut and paste comments.

          • This is hitting me harder than the break up of my first marriage, gt—-
            #HopeDailyNewsIsOfferingGriefCounseling

          • Like a scorned love one who won’t pick up phone. Either SW is playing a cruel game ,watching as we “talk amongst us “.OR?
            Has anyone confirmed a change here?

          • Oh where, oh where has our sw gone, oh where, oh where can he be??????

            I can’t take this silence any longer!

          • I think the only one’s with time on their hands would be Obama-Tebow or charlie, but they are not qualified.

          • She left the former USC lineman?
            That’s rubbish, Scott would take her to a Pub in Manchester,

          • I wish we could send one of us to check on him to see if he’s okay….(I know the Daily News won’t)……
            #USCWon’tEither

          • Owns: “Scott? Scott? I hope you can forgive me for breaking into your bedroom at night like this…”
            #”IJustWantedToSeeHowThingsWereGoing..”

          • Conley could have put a chop block on him.Bradford could have ordered a helmet to Wolf’s (heck what would you call wolf’s mug?)

          • Wolf’s email at the paper is obviously been shut down. Others go through but his comes back as undeliverable.

          • Is it possible that Scott has been made Publisher (and has a new email)?
            #Yeah,IGuessNot

          • In a bizarre sequel of “How To Succeed In Business Without Really Trying”? Who will play the hot Michele Lee role? Reid Silverman?

          • I’ve already shopped the script around,gt. Look like Disney wants it. At this point, it’s Mel Gibson as Scott and Jay Leno as Coach Helton.
            #Guaranteed$300MillionBudget

          • I want to pitch a script featuring 2 lusty FBI agents and their leering tasteless boss as they encounter many comedic misadventures while covering up for one presidential candidate and trying to get the other impeached. I call it “McCabe and Mrs. Page.”

          • This is really starting to look more and more like a Kaufman stunt—–Andy Kaufman.
            #ScottIsOnlyPlayingDeadButWillReturn

          • Please keep us up date, steveg—-Oh, I’m sorry. Did I say steveg? I meant to say steveo.

          • You know I keep thinking if I had ordered a Russian Bride back when they advertised here.Or just purchased from their paid Add it all might be ok.I could have done so much more. And you Michael you could have subscribed for home delivery each day on Maui….the shipping profits alone could have kept SW alive.

          • And here I thought I was doing my part by clicking on the “Incredibly Embarrassing Prom Photos” ad……

          • On a alternate note.I’m a guy who still pen’s his novels by hand before they are published.I don’t know the blog industry
            Wouldn’t it be in the interest of another sites blog to post here now. To draw us to their site?

          • Yes it would be to their advantage —-if they knew there was an opening —which they may not . (Pretty hilarious, peter —-I’m working on a graphic novel at the moment —handwritten w/my own drawings—a lot of fun after doing law all my life)…

          • Congrats, That’s great !!! I”m Retired from Designing in both the Home and fashion industry. Completing a trilogy of fantasy young adult novels.My books have a lot of Hawaiian Island culture mixed in. Along with South Pacific lore,all centered around nature.

          • First (Book) Manuscript in editing. Second i”m writing now. Agent will start shopping late spring.

          • Best of luck, peter. The idea of a book for young adults featuring the gods and spirits of the South Pacific sounds fascinating!

          • I should have know. Knowledge of literature. Films. Music. Sports. Politics.
            #ItFigures

          • As I’m sure many writers were saying to one another in the French Revolution, “I’ll miss you, old buddy.”
            #SeeYouOnTheOtherSide,gt

          • Can’t Scott, at least, post as a guest? And bring us all up to date? I’d like to say ‘thanks’ for the fun, the snarky remarks, the propounding of conspiracy theories, the expertise he’s demonstrated in playing both ends against the middle.

          • I bet—at this point—he’s thinking of a Fire and Fury book on L. A. sports.
            #ForgetPosting….
            #….TimeForAGreatAgent

          • A lot of people would balk at bringing home a Russian Bride to meet the little woman —-but, hey, anything for the team, right?

          • I’m having more and more trouble posting —-keep getting messages in red that I’ll have to try later —-in case we’re running out of oxygen here—- take care, my friends!

          • Yep. And we only have one chance out. Time for big sacrifices from Shelly Winters and Gene Hackman.

          • The prospect of the gallows should always sharpen one’s sense of humor, gt….
            IfNotThen,When?

          • A Chinese doctor told me when I was young, “You want to stay healthy? Stay away from doctors. Health comes from two things: Will and optimism.”

          • Is it possible the New Kicker story is our last Inside USC entry? Will it wind up staying online for a few years and garner several thousand hits?

          • “Damn him. Damn him to hell!” (I’ve been itching to use that final line from Planet of the Apes on here ….and this may be my last chance, peter)…..

          • Don’t fret my island friend Mao hopohopo !
            There will be sequels.
            There’s always something nice about pounding fist into wet sand

          • At least in the play, “One Touch of Venus”, Venus sends a lookalike to take her place at the end.
            #NotLikeScottNotToSayGoodbye

          • Lost in a Roman wilderness of pain
            And all the Leftists are insane
            All the Leftists are insane
            Waiting for the summer rain, yeah

          • Jellyhead, I worked with a person who attended a Doors Concert and said it was the worst concert he ever attended. Seems Jimbo was too drunk to perform; he was on stage 15 mins and fell down 4 – 5 times.

            Sounds awful similar to your cheesy comments.

          • Moron Owns, it sounds like your whole life, you pathetic preachy ruin lib drunk. The difference is that Jim Morrison actually accomplished something in his short unhappy life despite his addictions, while you have done absolutely nothing with your time on Planet Earth except waste food.

            You apparently didn’t think for 2 seconds before posting and consider that Jim Morrsion was a UCLA alum before trashing him. My, you are a dolt!

          • What particularly amazing is that this ruin dolt was trashing a fellow ruin alum in Jim Morrison and he didn’t know it!

          • Apparently, this is the way Owns wants to bow out, gt….
            #Wouldn’tBeMyChoice…But,Hey….

          • Like I said JH, nothing but cheesy comments.

            Being the incredibly insecure tw*t you are, you pedantically instruct me based on 40 year old, common knowledge information familiar to any 8 year old.

            Next thing you know Jellyhead will want a standing ovation for recounting the tale of Jack and Jill.

          • Yet you didn’t know it Moron Owns. Just keep digging deeper like your twin MENSA Kissy 86er.

          • Jellyhead Enquish x-file boast: “Yet you didn’t it Moron Owns(sic)”

            Jellyhead, kindly translate your ESL sentence fragment into correct enquish syntax. I’m curious as to WHAT it is you assume I didn’t know.

          • Your every post is tortured Eglish and you lecture me? You and Kissy86er typlify the self-unaware libt*rd of 2018.

          • You walk into the room with your pencil in your hand
            You see somebody naked and you say, “Who is that man?”
            You try so hard but you don’t understand
            Just what you will say when you get home
            Because something is happening here but you don’t know what it is
            Do you, Mr. Jones?
            You raise up your head and you ask, “Is this where it is?”
            And somebody points to you and says, “It’s his”
            And you say, “What’s mine?” and somebody else says, “Well, what is?”
            And you say, “Oh my God, am I here all alone?”
            But something is happening and you don’t know what it is
            Do you, Mr. Jones?

      • I think Austin Jackson will be excellent.
        While, solid Chris Brown is in his last season, Hemsley, Nathan Smith and Frank Martin will hopefully step up and be ready.
        Center is loaded.
        Vorhees looks like a winner, plus the hyphenator is very promising. We’ll see about McKenzie.
        We also have Nathan Smith for RT once Edoga leaves.

        Adding Sewell will be enough for this class. (I’d put money on him joining us, he just had to wait for a roster spot to open — otherwise he would have declared when he said he would).

        • Yeah it did.
          I wanted him the most for signing day.
          For what it’s worth it was either Gerard Martinez, Scott Schroeder or one of the other SC recruiting guys that said “if you want me to be honest I actually think SC dodged a bullet with Sewell not picking SC”……he said something like Sewell has a terrible motor and is not motivated to compete against players at USC and Alabama, that he went with a safe choice at Oregon where he wouldn’t have to fight for playing time as to where at SC or Bama he would have to stay on his toes.

          I know that sounds like maybe we are just being poor losers but for one of those SC guys to say that makes feel a little bit better.

          Just a little bit.

          • Sounds like sour grapes to me. We never heard that before a week ago when we thought he was a lock.

          • Maybe. And when it’s all said and done Clay Helton and Neil Callaway lose this battle for good reason when Oregon’s HC Coached Bama’s OL to a National Championship and USC led the nation in sacks. Helton should have asked for enough in his deal for the opportunity to get an “in demand” OL Coach/DB Coach.

            Not saying he’ll be special or anything but don’t be surprised he’s playing OT this season.

          • That’s the thing sas. We bring in great talent but go cheap on the assistant coaches. it makes no sense to me. I expect this across town but not with us.

          • Hi hear you loud and clear. 100%. We are always going cheap and while others are at least trying to spend money to make (A&M backed up the truck for Jimbo Fi$her) we continue to be a bunch right a**es with the check book.

          • Seems like the school wastes money on inanimate objects instead of living human beings. How about less buildings and more money for our staff?

          • Schrader never said it. Everyone else including bama wanted him, if he was a slacker that wouldn’t be.

    • Yeah but who in blazes is going to teach them anything with this coaching staff that no one else would hire?

    • Everybody take a deep breath. There was a post on “Inside UCLA” yesterday, so I don’t think they’ve turned out the lights yet. Ol’ Wolfie probably just got tired of the abuse he takes here and has run off to a retreat to find his inner reporter while we all twist here begging him back.

      • Nope they just had massive layoffs. Knowing the moron libs who run the Daily Snooze they kept the ruin reporterette.

        • Couldn’t Scott —out of love —continue the blog w/o pay?
          #IsThatReallyTooMuchToAsk?

          • You must be drunk with the nonsense you have posted today, Moron Owns the loser ruin who never attended the school.

            #OwnaproudCerritosAutoSquareGrad

        • Didn’t seem to matter before and now it suddenly does. He has not liked Bradford’s approach.

          • Always something with 17 yr olds.. we’ll see how it goes, Helton has a visit with him tonight too..

          • But even though I don’t follow recruiting much anymore until the last few days, for some reason there’s all this free info everywhere about Bradford and Irvin’s dad.

            So much info just out there. It just comes out in so many ways, but the picture painted of Bradford is never pretty from what I see. Maybe he’s getting a raw deal. Or maybe where there’s smoke, there’s fire.

          • He was all ND during the early signing period, then backed off because of his mom getting sick..said he wanted to stay close, now it’s bama or the huskies?? He’s been at SC 2 of the last 4 weeks, if they’re so down on Bradford that makes no sense either..

          • For some kids, it doesn’t matter who the coach is, they’re going to a school they have always liked. USC certainly gets its fair share of those who won’t be dissuaded by any coach. I would have been one of those types.

            I doubt Bradford flat out turns off kids as much as he’s just not the type to take a kid from a school that was more likely to get him in the first place.

            That said, coffee’s for closers.

        • I don’t know why people don’t like Bradford? Do you? It just seems to be a pervasive narrative.

          • Personally, I just think our DBs have not played up to their abilities. I’m not there and I’m not expert, but someone must be responsible. It’s all happening on Bradford’s watch.

          • Don’t you think it’s just as likely that USC’s CBs have always been over-rated talent-wise? Just because people like Grabby were given 5 stars by recruiting services doesn’t mean they deserved it.

            From what I’ve seen, Grabby just doesn’t have the talent to play CB well, regardless of his coach. It coaches could make everyone great, “evaluation” wouldn’t matter.

          • I don’t know if it was one of Wolf’s reports, but some NFL guy reportedly said our CBs look like they are doing something (technique-wise) different every play.

            I can’t believe that all our DBs are over-rated. This isn’t “Stripes” where a proven drill sergeant gets an entire platoon of jokers and misfits (though watching our DBs fall down on so many plays in 2017…I may need to re-think that…LOL!)

          • I don’t think all of our DBs are over-rated talent-wise. That would obviously be false and biased. But a few are and Grabby is definitely one of them. Deion Sanders couldn’t make Grabby a good college or NFL corner if he worked with him 24 hours a day. It doesn’t take an experienced coach to see that.

          • These kids on the USC fence don’t want to compete for playing time.. They want a position handed to them before signing on.. Beat it, others will compete and earn playing time..

      • Read in the Seattle times that the Irvin’s cancelled their in-home with Saban, hmmm. Huskies?
        Either way, today’s the day.

        • Sure as heck hope so. He’s my key guy. We’ve got to start winning the battles for the big uglies. So tired of our OLs just getting blown out by the elites. No way to go through a season.

          • To me he’s the linchpin of the whole class, it’s very good without him but could well be great with him.

  15. helton has a plan, 6 punters and kickers and 3 o linemen, his new math, latest walk on is both a punter and kicker so he is gaining one extra spot, he uses one more roster spot but he also gains one more spot which means he can another kicker punter, SC will be well prepared for 4th downs

  16. Same post up for 24 hours? Somebody get a notice from the Daily News? Maybe though the blogger just feels the importance of 3rd string walk on kicker.

    • I’m thinking perhaps Wolf is down with the flu. But newspapers are a pretty iffy business.

  17. As of right now the SOTU speech is underway and the ‘white-left’ is apoplectic this has hit them on their back sides.

  18. Not sure what is going on with Wolf, but I couldn’t get an email to go through to him tonight. It was rejected, so I sent one to Kaufman to see if he will respond.

  19. Think the Wolf Man is on a well needed vacation. I think that each of us working together can run Inside USC: Sas and Pudly can give us the inside scoop on recruiting. Michael G, SteveG, Gabby, and all other fellow alums can give us some historical posts. The rest us will offer a fan’s perspective.

    I’ll start. Question of the Day: Will USC land a Top 5 recruiting class?

      • Sounds like it’s gonna be a long one. Had a good run, SAS. Maybe another blog comment section will pick up steam.

        • This s*cks. We were responsible for this blog lasting this long anyways. They owe us a gift basket or some jersey mikes gift cards. Hahaha!
          It was pleasure knowing you bro! I’ll post over at ROT but not as much I guess since there won’t be many over there.

          TUSK✌

  20. So here is that 2013 USC Trojan Football roster that some are saying only had 41 players available for the Las Vegas Bowl that season.

    15
    Agholor, Nelson
    WR
    SO
    6-0
    185
    Tampa, FL (Berkeley Prep HS)

    36
    Akiba, John
    RB
    SR
    5-8
    185
    Mission Viejo, CA (Mission Viejo HS / Saddleback JC (CA))

    35
    Albarado, Kris
    P
    JR
    5-10
    200
    Lake Charles, LA (St. Louis HS)

    37
    Allen, Javorius
    RB
    SO
    6-1
    215
    Tallahassee, FL (Lincoln HS)

    51
    Andrew, Will
    LB
    SR
    6-2
    235
    Huntington Beach, CA (Edison HS)

    54
    Arakelian, Michael
    DL
    SR
    6-1
    210
    Anaheim, CA (Orange Lutheran HS / Chapman)

    96
    Augello, Joey
    DL
    SO
    6-0
    285
    Rolling Hills Estates, CA (Peninsula HS / Los Angeles Harbor JC (CA))

    41
    Auran, John
    DB
    SR
    5-10
    195
    Phoenix, AZ (Brophy Prep HS)

    62
    Aviv, Yonatan
    DL
    JR
    6-0
    295
    Los Angeles, CA (Yula HS)

    51
    Baggett, Cameron
    LB
    FR
    6-1
    220
    La Jolla, CA (La Jolla HS)

    18
    Bailey, Dion
    DB
    SR
    6-0
    200
    Lakewood, CA (Lakewood HS)

    73
    Banner, Zach
    OL
    SO
    6-9
    345
    Puyallup, WA (Lakes HS)

    48
    Basalari, Jack
    P
    FR
    6-0
    170
    Pasadena, CA (Maranatha HS)

    95
    Bigelow, Kenny
    DL
    FR
    6-3
    300
    Elkton, MD (Eastern Christian Academy)

    85
    Blackwell, Victor
    WR
    JR
    6-0
    190
    Cerritos, CA (Mater Dei HS)

    27
    Bowman, Gerald
    DB
    SR
    6-1
    195
    Philadelphia, PA (Imhotep HS / Pierce JC (CA))

    91
    Breslin, Morgan
    LB
    SR
    6-2
    250
    Walnut Creek, CA (Las Lomas HS / Diablo Valley JC (CA))

    16
    Brown, Anthony
    DB
    JR
    5-9
    180
    Rialto, CA (Kaiser HS)

    4
    Browne, Max
    QB
    FR
    6-5
    215
    Sammamish, WA (Skyline HS)

    45
    Burks, Charles
    RB
    SO
    5-11
    230
    Costa Mesa, CA (Edison HS)

    30
    Carrasco, Kevin
    DB
    FR
    6-1
    180
    Santa Clarita, CA (Notre Dame HS / College of the Canyons (CA))

    14
    Cassone, Brennan
    WR
    FR
    5-10
    175
    Malibu, CA (Malibu HS)

    50
    Coleman, Julian
    LB
    SR
    6-2
    240
    Columbus, OH (Bexley HS / East Los Angeles JC (CA))

    88
    Cope-Fitzpatrick, Jalen
    TE
    SO
    6-5
    245
    Rocklin, CA (Whitney HS)

    21
    Cravens, Su’a
    LB
    FR
    6-1
    215
    Los Angeles, CA (Vista Murrieta HS)

    22
    Davis, Justin
    RB
    FR
    6-1
    200
    Stockton, CA (Lincoln HS)

    55
    Dawson, Lamar
    LB
    JR
    6-2
    230
    Junction City, KY (Boyle County HS)

    63
    Di Poalo, Giovanni
    OL
    JR
    6-4
    275
    Ventura, CA (St. Bonaventure HS)

    28
    Dillard, Ryan
    DB
    SO
    5-10
    185
    Buford, GA (Buford HS)

    44
    Dooley, Rob
    DB
    FR
    6-1
    190
    Chicago, IL (Loyola Academy)

    74
    Falah, Nico
    OL
    FR
    6-6
    285
    Hermosa Beach, CA (St. John Bosco HS)

    8
    Farmer, George
    WR
    JR
    6-1
    205
    Los Angeles, CA (Serra HS)

    47
    Felix, Scott
    LB
    FR
    6-3
    220
    Norco, CA (Norco HS)

    80
    Flournoy, De’Von
    WR
    SR
    6-0
    185
    Studio City, CA (Birmingham HS)

    67
    Garness, David
    OL
    SR
    6-5
    265
    Anchorage, AK (Bartlett HS / Hawaii / City College of San Francisco (CA))

    77
    Graf, Kevin
    OL
    SR
    6-6
    300
    Agoura Hills, CA (Agoura HS)

    81
    Greene, Kevin
    LB
    SR
    6-4
    255
    Oakland, CA (Sacred Heart Cathedral Prep)

    86
    Grimble, Xavier
    TE
    JR
    6-5
    250
    Las Vegas, NV (Bishop Gorman HS)

    76
    Guertler, Nathan
    OL
    JR
    6-5
    275
    Norco, CA (Norco HS)

    44
    Guzman, Christian
    WR
    FR
    6-3
    220
    Desert Hot Springs, CA (Desert Hot Springs HS / Mt. San Antonio JC (CA))

    4
    Harris, Torin
    DB
    SR
    6-0
    190
    Las Vegas, NV (Palo Verde HS)

    40
    Hart, Pat
    RB
    FR
    6-1
    225
    Burridge, IL (Fenwick HS)

    29
    Hawkins, Chris
    DB
    FR
    5-11
    185
    Rancho Cucamonga, CA (Rancho Cucamonga HS)

    48
    Heidari, Andre
    K
    JR
    5-10
    210
    Bakersfield, CA (Stockdale HS)

    14
    Henderson, Ryan
    DB
    SO
    5-10
    170
    Moreno Valley, CA (Rancho Verde HS)

    69
    Hobbi, Cyrus
    OL
    SO
    6-3
    285
    Scottsdale, AZ (Saguaro HS)

    19
    Hutchings, Michael
    LB
    FR
    6-2
    215
    Antioch, CA (De La Salle HS)

    27
    Isaac, Ty
    RB
    FR
    6-3
    225
    Shorewood, IL (Joliet Catholic Academy)

    24
    Jaffe, Alec
    RB
    JR
    5-11
    195
    Laguna Beach, CA (Laguna Beach HS / Fullerton JC (CA))

    65
    Jepsen, Erick
    OL
    SO
    6-2
    285
    Moreno Valley, CA (La Quinta HS)

    83
    Katrib, George
    WR
    SO
    6-1
    180
    Diamond Bar, CA (Diamond Bar HS)

    42
    Kennard, Devon
    DL
    SR
    6-3
    260
    Phoenix, AZ (Desert Vista HS)

    6
    Kessler, Cody
    QB
    SO
    6-1
    215
    Bakersfield, CA (Centennial HS)

    49
    Kolanz, Robby
    WR
    FR
    5-11
    175
    Palos Verdes Estates, CA (Palos Verdes HS)

    48
    Krassenstein, Joey
    P
    SO
    6-3
    210
    Shanghai, China (Shanghai American School Puxi Campus)

    9
    Lee, Marqise
    WR
    JR
    6-0
    195
    Inglewood, CA (Serra HS)

    37
    Lopes, Matt
    DB
    FR
    5-11
    185
    Palos Verdes Estates, CA (Palos Verdes HS)

    23
    Madden, Tre
    RB
    JR
    6-1
    220
    Aliso Viejo, CA (Mission Viejo HS)

    92
    Maguire, Michael
    DL
    JR
    6-4
    255
    Sammamish, WA (Eastlake HS / Minnesota-Duluth / Golden West JC (CA))

    50
    Markowitz, Abe
    OL
    SR
    6-1
    305
    Hawaii Kai, HI (Punahou HS)

    66
    Martin, Marcus
    OL
    JR
    6-3
    310
    Los Angeles, CA (Crenshaw HS)

    59
    Martinez, John
    OL
    SR
    6-2
    310
    Murray, UT (Cottonwood HS)

    61
    McBride, Peter
    OL
    JR
    6-1
    215
    Scottsdale, AZ (Chaparral HS)

    46
    McMahon, Craig
    K
    JR
    6-1
    190
    Bakersfield, CA (Bakersfield HS)

    22
    McQuay III, Leon
    DB
    FR
    6-1
    190
    Seffner, FL (Armwood HS)

    79
    Miller, Jeff
    DL
    SO
    6-2
    225
    Southlake, TX (Carroll HS)

    87
    Minor, Aaron
    WR
    FR
    6-3
    190
    Lakewood, CA (Mayfair HS)

    81
    Mitchell, Steven
    WR
    FR
    5-10
    180
    Pasadena, CA (Bishop Alemany HS)

    30
    Morgan, D.J.
    RB
    JR
    5-10
    190
    Van Nuys, CA (Taft HS)

    16
    Neyer, Anthony
    QB
    JR
    6-2
    215
    Palm Desert, CA (Xavier College Prep HS / Southern California / Pierce JC (CA) / Idaho)

    38
    Pinner, Jahleel
    RB
    SO
    5-11
    240
    Rancho Santa Margarita, CA (Mission Viejo HS)

    52
    Powell, Quinton
    LB
    FR
    6-2
    220
    Daytona Beach, FL (Mainland HS)

    10
    Pullard, Hayes
    LB
    SR
    6-1
    230
    Inglewood, CA (Crenshaw HS)

    25
    Redd, Silas
    RB
    SR
    5-10
    200
    Norwalk, CT (King Low Heywood Thomas / Penn State)

    62
    Rodgers, Khaliel
    OL
    FR
    6-3
    310
    New Castle, DE (Eastern Christian Academy (MD))

    84
    Rogers, Darreus
    WR
    FR
    6-2
    210
    Compton, CA (Carson HS)

    47
    Ross, Taylor
    RB
    SO
    5-10
    190
    Newport Beach, CA (Sage Hill HS)

    40
    Ruffin, Jabari
    LB
    SO
    6-3
    225
    Downey, CA (Downey HS)

    56
    Sarao, Anthony
    LB
    JR
    6-0
    215
    Egg Harbor Township, NJ (Holy Spirit HS)

    57
    Schlossberg, Nick
    LB
    FR
    6-2
    215
    San Diego, CA (La Jolla Country Day HS)

    23
    Seymour, Kevon
    DB
    SO
    6-0
    175
    Pasadena, CA (Muir HS)

    26
    Shaw, Josh
    DB
    JR
    6-1
    195
    Palmdale, CA (Palmdale HS / Florida)

    17
    Shelton, Devian
    DB
    SO
    6-1
    185
    Inglewood, CA (Inglewood HS)

    97
    Simmons, Delvon
    DL
    JR
    6-6
    300
    McKeesport, PA (McKeesport HS / Texas Tech)

    68
    Simmons, Jordan
    OL
    SO
    6-4
    335
    Inglewood, CA (Crespi HS)

    53
    Simmons, Marquis
    LB
    SR
    6-1
    220
    Compton, CA (Dominguez HS)

    34
    Skene, Cody
    WR
    SR
    5-9
    165
    Oak Park, CA (Oak Park HS / Moorpark JC (CA))

    92
    Smith, Zach
    LS
    FR
    6-1
    210
    Redwood City, CA (Menlo School)

    16
    Sullivan, Conner
    QB
    FR
    6-1
    180
    Orange, CA (Orange Lutheran HS)

    89
    Sullivan, Shane
    TE
    JR
    6-4
    240
    Orange, CA (Orange Lutheran HS / Wyoming / Mt. San Antonio JC (CA))

    58
    Tavai, J.R.
    LB
    JR
    6-2
    270
    Redondo Beach, CA (Mira Costa HS)

    82
    Telfer, Randall
    TE
    SR
    6-4
    250
    Rancho Cucamonga, CA (Rancho Cucamonga HS)

    98
    Temple, Cody
    OL
    JR
    6-2
    300
    Bakersfield, CA (Liberty HS)

    28
    Tober, Christian
    WR
    SO
    5-9
    175
    San Clemente, CA (San Clemente HS)

    26
    Toland IV, James
    RB
    FR
    6-0
    185
    Indio, CA (Shadow Hills HS)

    93
    Townsend Jr., Greg
    DL
    JR
    6-3
    275
    Los Angeles, CA (Beverly Hills HS)

    75
    Tuerk, Max
    OL
    SO
    6-6
    285
    Trabuco Canyon, CA (Santa Margarita HS)

    90
    Uko, George
    DL
    SR
    6-3
    275
    Chino, CA (Don Lugo HS)

    31
    Vainuku, Soma
    RB
    SO
    6-0
    250
    Eureka, CA (Eureka HS)

    39
    Vehikite, Simione
    RB
    SR
    5-11
    220
    Kapolei, HI (Kapolei HS)

    70
    Walker, Aundrey
    OL
    JR
    6-6
    300
    Cleveland, OH (Glenville HS)

    72
    Wheeler, Chad
    OL
    SO
    6-7
    275
    Santa Monica, CA (Santa Monica HS)

    94
    Williams, Leonard
    DL
    SO
    6-5
    270
    Daytona Beach, FL (Mainland HS)

    17
    Willson, Chris
    TE
    JR
    6-6
    245
    West Covina, CA (St. Paul HS / Wake Forest)

    13
    Wittek, Max
    QB
    SO
    6-4
    235
    Newport Beach, CA (Mater Dei HS)

    39
    Wood, Alex
    K
    SO
    5-10
    175
    Mercer Island, WA (Mercer Island HS)

    99
    Woods, Antwaun
    DL
    SO
    6-1
    315
    Los Angeles, CA (Taft HS)

    24
    Wright, Demetrius
    DB
    SR
    6-1
    195
    Corona, CA (Corona HS)

    59
    Yatabe, Kyle
    LB
    SR
    6-0
    220
    El Segundo, CA (El Segundo HS / Willamette)

    • So the tired out excuse that some like to use about the NCAA sanctions severely depleting the Trojans football roster doesn’t hold water.

      Some idiots here are trying to make others believe that the Trojans only had 41 players available to use for the year. And another idiot claims that there were games when USC only had one WR available to play.

      LOL!

      • You’re the idiot, still and always, no matter what drivel you put out.. fact of the matter is what was reported, not your opinion on it. That is a fact. Your opinion continues to be no more than drivel, spittle if you will, dripping off your face.. whether or not you accept multiple reports from credible news agencies doesn’t change those facts…putsz
        Hillbilly troll.

        • Hey idiot, where’s the link substantiating your claim that USC only had one WR available to play in some games that season?

          Here is your bogus claim that you wrote yesterday,

          Pudly76 Trojans 6942 • a day ago

          “There were other games with a single receiver too..”

          LOL!

          • I’m playing like you now..you prove it didn’t happen.. you turd for brain…I don’t have to prove a thing to you. You don’t prove anything, why should I?
            Hillbilly troll.

          • Unlike you I posted up facts. You claim that USC only had one WR available to use during some games that season, which games were they? Back up your claim, list the games where that happened and I’ll post the game logs showing otherwise proving again that you’re full of crap and that you have no clue what you’re talking about.

            You’ve been called out, Bozo. Now quit lying and trying to make up crap.

          • You posted no facts just a roster, that didn’t even show who were scholarships or not or who was injured or not. Tool. No facts. Facts were given to you in different articles yesterday and you refused to acknowledge them..F’off hillbilly. I won’t waste any time or effort on you, you’re useless..
            Hillbilly troll.

          • So your claim that during games that season USC only had one WR available to use, you’re admitting you can’t back up that claim with any facts.

            Okay, you’re ruined. You lied and just admitted it. Now shut up and quit lying.

          • You’re an idiot if there ever was..I don’t need to prove anything to you, yesterday when you were presented with articles you didn’t accept them, why would I waste my time or energy on a slug like you…go back under your rock you hillbilly troll..

          • Again, you can’t back up your claim with any facts, therefor you lied and everyone knows it. So you’re a liar and don’t know crap about what you’re talking about.

            Now stop embarrassing yourself and quit lying.

          • I’ve been dry, you should try it you hillbilly putsz.. you’re an embarrassment to your mama.

          • From yesterday
            You and Gary Klein need to pull your heads out of your arse. Look at the 2014 USC Trojans roster, you telling me most of those players were injured.
            “attrition” due to the NCAA, with that roster?
            LOL! Like I said, try harder.

            You hillbilly troll, why would I waste more time

          • Exactly right, the other idiot like you claimed that USC only had 41 players available for games that season, that’s a lie and I proved him wrong.

            What else you got, idiot?

          • You proved only that you can’t read, the article clrearly stated we were 40+ scholarships short and that’s a fact. You don’t have to believe it Hillbilly Troll, because like 2+2=4, it doesn’t matter what you believe… go sniff another fire hydrant and embarrass your mama again.

          • No, you can’t read. Your idiot buddy was talking about how many scholarship players were brought to a bowl game (41) insinuating that those were the only scholarship players on a depleted roster and it wasn’t true. However many players a coach cares to take to a road game or bowl game is his decision. But then you clowns claim that that’s all the players the Trojans had available to play and you’re wrong. That’s why I posted the roster players from each year you clowns tried to say were shorthanded of players due to NCAA sanctions, when they weren’t.

            I posted the roster players from each year proving you and the other idiot wrong.

            You’re done, son and you know it. Now quit lying and making crap up.

          • Your still so stupid you make talking to dirt interesting… doesn’t matter how you try to weasel out your still a weasel.
            Hillbilly troll.

          • You’ve proved nothing to no one. You’re such a fool you talk to yourself and act like you have an audience, delusional hillbilly troll..

          • That year when they played Notre Dame. Becouse of injuries to players during the game. They had to play a fullback at Rb. In the second half. Lee went out with a injury and they were down to one wr. no tight ends and no rb’s in the second half. It was coach O’s second game after coming head coach. Talking about scholarship players.

          • Nope, USC had Silas Redd, Buck Allen, Justin Davis and Ty Isaac all playing in that game. WR’s who played in that game, Nelson Agholor, Darreus Rogers, Marqise Lee, De’Von Flournoy. Even FB’s Jahleel Pinner and Soma Vainuku caught passes that game.

            LOL!

            You want to keep going, I can ruin you clowns all day.

      • That’s over a 100 names you can only have 85 scholarships. Look at some of those names lb Nick Schlossberg, really u think he was on a scholarship wait how about Qb. Anthony Neyer. These are affiliated roster players NOT scholarship players. Are you a SC fan. Can’t you remember anything if you are, roster spots don’t mean scholarship players also injuries, academic failures, transfers was the point not opening day rosters.

        • I never said they were all scholarship players. You claimed that only 41 players from that roster were available for games, that’s not true.

          • Dude I said they went to a road game with 42 players. scholarship players. WTF. Can’t you understand.

          • No I showed you articles of two times when it said 44, 41 less. But this all started with me saying that they went on a road game with 42 players. Scholarship players, then for some reason you showed the 2014 roster which had/has nothing to do with my statement. Look man I’m not trying to be right over you. I’m just telling you, your dead wrong about sanctions not destroying this program. But quite frankly I’m befuddled by your lack of knowledge or memory in this matter.

    • Dude, you’re off your rocker. Please take the meds and give us a break

      (did the daily news fire you?)

      • That’s the end of him for a while…hate to block anyone but he was using up to much space on this page..

        • The guy use to pop off every once and awhile, then lately he’s been out of control. Do you think it’s wolf venting his anger over a layoff

          • No, wolf would be more creative in his attacks. Don’t think he’d spend the energy if he was laid off..I’m hoping maybe he’s just sick..I had the bug and it knocked me for a loop for a bit..

      • Appears that could be..we have four others who are pretty highly rated either signed or looking good… four out of five isn’t bad.

        • Help me here.
          Griffin seems in
          LB from MD in
          Then Sewell and Issac-Stewart which are 50/50
          Irvin seems headed to Washington.
          We have the commits,JT,St brown ,Trout and DL up north.

          Then there”s D. Williams.I read a story about his life,road to even get through high school. Really rooting for this kid to succeed.
          Hope he comes to USC and creates a foundation education and excels on field.

          AM I MISSING ANYBODY?

          • There’s a possibility for Elija Stewart, an Oregon commit flipping if Solo doesn’t come… there are other options still out there. Sewell looks like he’s in according to some..talk of him rooming with Paliae’a already.

          • There’s a rumor about the MD guard Murray and his mother’s reluctance to let him go to the ruins… but to me he’s not that big?? If we had room we could offer, but again I think he’s not really our size guy.

          • With spots at a premium,questions remain with transfers in and out , The class will be in play after signing day. I think grad transfers have until summer classes start to enroll.I also think that’s when we have to be at 85.
            I’m not sure we need bodies on OL. Only Sewell remains in play with who could see time next season and maybe start in 19..

          • looks like many will go to we are sc if this is
            Inside “Swann song”. I just signed up as Petero see you all there ?

        • Can we film the operation?
          Is the head dead yet?
          You know, the boys in the newsroom got a running bet
          Get the widow on the set!
          We need dirty laundry

          • Like there are any conservative rock stars, Kissy86er. Your grasp of the obvious is truly hilarious. Or perhaps it’s an early sign of your demise- we report, you decide.

    • Word on the street is that Wolf is holding out for a new contract with INSIDE USC. Supposedly he’s asking for more donuts per hour and longer paid (In Donuts) vacation days. He also is requesting to be able to not have to leave his mother’s basement at all for field reporting. This is all just speculation and his mom may have just forgotten to pay the WiFi bill.

  21. USC with the third most ever in Super Bowl since merger..Miami leads with 62, then the Vols with 61…

    • I had read that Aghlor would be the 111th Trojan playing in the Superbowl. Now reminder, even one play plays in four superbowls, that count as four different people. An example is Lynn Swann. He played in four super bowls but he is counted as four different people because he played in four different years.

      • 60. As in 60 different people. Not total appearances. Pasadena Trojan says that number is higher..

  22. ” The managers of the SoCal News Group have already said that this week’s firings are just the first of three waves, to be followed next month by the news side and in March by page designers. There’s no reason to think it will stop there, since the motivation appears to be to cut costs so that Digital First Media, the parent company of the news group, can be sold off by its hedge fund owner. similar deep cuts are happening at the DFM papers in Northern California, including the San Jose Mercury — which used to have a 400-person newsroom, but now is down to 39.

    At the Los Angeles Daily News, longtime sports columnist Tom Hoffarth tweeted tonight that he was one of the departing. Hoffarth, as far as I know, was the last local sports staffer covering sports media. His diligence on the beat and regional memory will be hugely missed. He was with the Daily News for 26 years, and before that spent 10 years at the Daily Breeze.

    The staff gatherings were told a week ago that the photo staffs would be hard hit, and it appears that they were. We only know details this far about the Daily Breeze. There, a tweet by reporter Valerie Osier reported that nearly all of the photographers were laid off. Elsewhere on social media it was reported there was one Breeze photographer left. Staffers speculated that reporters would start taking pictures for stories now.”

    I’d say this blog is DEAD

  23. Scooter, did your mom take away your freedom and place you in your room because you argued with her about who was taking out the trash?

    • Um, he’s sick. My best friend’s sister’s boyfriend’s brother’s girlfriend heard from this guy who knows the guy who’s going with the girl who saw Wolfman pass out at 31 Flavors last night. I guess it’s pretty serious.

  24. Sounds like Wolf is gone. I guess I will be over at WeAreSC as stevo. Been great and a lot of fun with all of you.

  25. Every day I come by this blog. And I see that the Wolfman kicked the crotch of every rah rahs in here, and it’s great. But you know what the best part of my day is? It’s for about two seconds from when I type in the URL and the page is loading. Because I think maybe the page will open up and the Wolfman won’t be there. No goodbye, no see you later, no nothin’. Just left.

  26. If Hoffarth is gone, Wolf is probably also…

    January 2018: At least 10 staffers in sports and a whole bunch of photographers were let go Monday by the Southern California News Group papers. The cuts were telegraphed just over a week ago in somber Friday afternoon staff gatherings. Today the first journalists found out their jobs were ending.

    At the Los Angeles Daily News, longtime sports columnist Tom Hoffarth tweeted tonight that he was one the departing. Hoffarth, as far as I know, was the last local sports staffer covering sports media. His diligence on the beat and regional memory will be hugely missed. He was with the Daily News for 26 years, and before that spent 10 years at the Daily Breeze.

  27. This is what happens, Rah rahs! See what happens, Rah rahs?! Do you see what happens when you get f***ed by the wolfman in the @$$, this is what happens! See what happens, Rah rahs?! You see what happens, Rah rahs?! Do you see what happens, Rah rahs, when you get f***ed by the Wolfman in the @$$?! This is what happens, Rah rahs! This is what happens, Rah rahs!

  28. Well, I guess it’s goodbye, y’all. I might even end up missing those sad sack SUCLA trolls, which highlights how pathetic all of this is!!!

  29. It was a great ride!……Hope to see all you guys on WeAreUSC. I’ll go over there and starting causing some trouble(just joking)….

  30. “Goodbye everybody. Thanks for the use of the Hall.”

    Fight On!!!

    Oh Magoo!!!

    And Remember…

    “Some people think football is a matter of life and death.
    I am very disappointed with that attitude.
    I can assure you it’s much more important than that…”
    – Shankly / Sanders …

    • #3……

      HARD #3.

      Why?

      ESPN finds a way to not pick Pac12 kids 5-Stars based on the fact that the conference hasn’t won a National Championship since 2004. They drop kids rankings when USC gets them and not when Bama or Ohio State gets them. They truly have a problem with the Pac12/USC.

      But we had 5 5⭐kids and that’s old Pete Carroll waters right there. The rest were all 4⭐’s except the OT we had and the late addition of John Jackson’s son.
      I think this LB group is one of the best I’ve ever seen USC have on paper. Amon Ra St. Brown is supposed to play immediately according to everyone. That’s how good they believe he is. Greg Biggins said be mat be the best WR (Route/Smart) he’s ever covered. That’s a big time statement.

      We had a really good class

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