After five full USC fall camp practices, the War Room takes you behind the scenes with what is going on at Troy. From the Bryce Dixon situation to position switches and of course recruiting, we cover it all.
More details of what is inside:
Our own Dan Weber tells you what the next steps are in the Bryce Dixon situation. This one isn't over by a long shot.
Interesting update on two highly ranked prospects from the state of Georgia who have both visited USC already.
Where will five-star Las Vegas (Nev.) junior quarterback Tate Martell end up?
The very latest on Torrance (Calif.) five-star linebacker Mique Juarez and his commitment status with USC.
Redshirt junior Jordan Simmons is a former five-star offensive lineman who is now playing on the defensive side of the ball.
Has any USC position group been more in flux than tight ends? Marques Tuiasosopo sure is happy to have more bodies at his disposal.
The USC coaches have expanded the role of all-American candidate Su'a Cravens.
Is the sub-par officiating in the Pac-12 soon to be a thing of the past?
Plus plenty more!
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