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  1. Secondary concerns are primary this week

    Mark Saxon

    Shareece Wright figures some people have made up their mind about a USC defense that allowed nearly 600 yards in a season-opening win at Hawaii. If the Trojans are going to change peoples' minds and keep this season on track, they'd better start soon...

    Blog | September 09, 2010
  2. Monte Kiffin returns to the laboratory

    Mark Saxon

    USC defensive guru Monte Kiffin said his relationship with son Lane was in flux after last week's game in Hawaii, when the Trojans gave up 588 yards in a 49-36 win at Aloha Stadium. "I was his dad before the game; then after the game he was the he...

    Blog | September 07, 2010
  3. First look: Hawaii

    Mark Saxon

    Hawaii never paid much attention to the "run" part of the run-and-shoot anyway, and last year, the gun often got jammed when it fired off a shot. The Warriors finished seventh in the Western Athletic Conference in scoring offense, their running ga...

    Blog | August 28, 2010
  4. Trojans release depth chart vs. Hawaii

    Mark Saxon

    Devon Kennard beat out Chris Galippo in the most hotly contested position battle of USC's fall camp, the competition at middle linebacker. Trojans coach Lane Kiffin released his first depth chart of the 2010 season Friday and there weren't many su...

    Blog | August 28, 2010
  5. Crossing the Pacific is challenging

    Mark Saxon

    On one hand, USC eases into its 2010 schedule by opening with a middle-of-the-pack Western Athletic Conference team. But the Sept. 2 opener at Hawaii isn't without challenges, primary among them the setting. Aloha Stadium can be a disconcerting ex...

    Blog | August 24, 2010