It Pays To Work At USC

Former USC offensive line coach Mike Summers, now at Florida, had his salary increased from $200,000 to $498,500. Summers was only paid $200,000 because he was still being paid by USC, where he last worked in 2013.

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C.J. Gable Update

GABLEFormer USC tailback C.J. Gable continues to be a presence with the Hamilton Tiger-Cats of the Canadian Football League. Gable’s rushed 222 yards in 50 carries in five games.

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USC Picture Of The Day

imageWho knew the U.S. Olympic women’s basketball team practiced at the Galen Center today? Team USA plays an exhibition Monday night against a USA Select team at the Galen Center.

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USC Morning Buzz: Do You Agree On This Offensive Line Opinion?


Matt Leinart suggests USC has a top-five offensive line. Everyone is back. But they certainly were not top five last season. This means everyone is making a big leap in improvement. They are No. 1 in the nation in career starts. But if that were the case with Washington State would a Fox Sports analyst say they should be top five?

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Taylor Mays Released

The Bengals released former USC safety Taylor Mays today. Mays played with the Bengals from 2011-14 and then with the Raiders last season. Mays has one sack and no interceptions in six NFL seasons. Interceptions became an issue at USC when he had two his final three seasons at USC. Then again, Adoree Jackson has one in two seasons.

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Andy Enfield Sighting

USC coach Andy Enfield is in Las Vegas today watching some of the top junior-college prospects. The appeal of junior-college recruits has really waned in recent years because many players simply go to prep schools if they don’t have the grades to go to a Division I school out of high school.

But Enfield’s lost so many players he needs to balance the USC roster and he could probably use a junior or sophomore a year from now.

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