Fall Camp update - Offense

Now that the Trojans have completed a pair of fall camp scrimmages we're starting to get a better sense of what this USC team will look like in 2004. Click below for a look at the offense:
August 15, 2004

Fall Camp Day 7

The Trojans held a scrimmage this afternoon in front of patron donors on Howard Jones Field. Here's a recap of the highlights from each series of plays:
August 10, 2004

2004 USC preview: Offense

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

Spring Ball preview: Quarterback

The quarterback position is not nearly the uncertain spot it was heading into spring ball a year ago when the Trojans faced the task of replacing the Heisman Trophy winner. This year we have the luxury of welcoming back the reigning Pac-10 Player of the Year and there is no doubt Matt Leinart will be the man when USC opens spring practices next month.
February 15, 2004

The Best Time of the Year

<p class=txt>Was it just a few years ago, that this time of year meant being dragged off by Mom to back-to-school sales and hoping to find that right set of clothing that would create a small measure of notice without generating sympathy.</p>
August 21, 2003

Pac-10 Preview and Predictions

With preseason training camps in full gear up and down the Left Coast, we're starting to get a good feel for who has what in the Pac-10. But if your head is spinning from our daily practice reports, with all the depth charts and freshmen to track, then you have no time to give ample attention to the rest of the conference. Never fear, Captain Clardy is here to run down all you need to know for the Pac-10 2003 season, from #10 up to #1.
August 19, 2003

Spring Ball review

The Trojans picked up right where things left off at the Orange Bowl by coming out prepared for spring ball drills and going through 15 practices at a high intensity level. Pete Carroll praised the competitive nature of the team and the focus they showed each day. The defense proved that it has a chance to be one of the best in the country and the offense showed signs of being as far along as we've seen from them in recent spring drills. Click below for the text from the WeAreSC newsletter:
April 14, 2003