The spring ball drills are over (almost) and now USC fans must wait until August to see the Trojans return to the field. How did things go this spring? For a position by position review of spring drills (including an updated depth chart), click below:
April 14, 2006
We're going to be good on offense, there's no real question about that, the only question is how good will we be? Look for Chow to be patient as the line develops, lots of quick throws from Leinart, and once the offense hits their stride during the season it should be an exciting show for Trojan fans to watch.
August 2, 2004
Norm Katnik gives us a look at a spring ball practice for the offensive line with his thoughts on the strategy behind certain drills and commentary on the players currently fighting for position spots. Katnik was a three year starter for the Trojans, he was named All Pac-10 as a senior, and he played every position on the line during his USC career. His brother Kurt is a sophomore tight end for the Trojans. Click below for part 1 of the story:
April 9, 2004
This class looked like it'd be puny even just a few weeks ago. Now it looks like BYU could get a remarkable class of practically every lineman it wanted. It may take half the millenium, but someday Ben Olson could potentially be lining up behind four all-conference, or All-American, type linemen...
January 21, 2003
It was another spirired practice Thursday as the Cali squad looks as ready as they can be to face the favored Florida squad on Saturday. This would be the last practice of the week as Friday the team was going to finish the week off with a walk through at the hotel.
January 3, 2003