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  1. Hogue Report: Now it's Kessler's offense

    Jeremy Hogue

    After the loss to Washington State, sportswriters everywhere had no problem concluding that USC clearly had no quarterback, and that after two weeks of splitting snaps, neither was up for the job. But after the unusual play calling against the Cougar...

    Blog | September 16, 2013
  2. Hogue Report: How will players react?

    Jeremy Hogue

    Pathetic. After the performance Saturday night, I can't think of any other word with which to open this column. Washington State is/was the weakest Pac-12 team, even if they are a bit improved under Mike Leach. And yet USC - at least on offense - ...

    Blog | September 09, 2013
  3. Hogue Report: Recapping USC's opener

    Jeremy Hogue

    If you've read my column over the years, you'll know that I would far prefer to be on a team with a great defense and offensive line and average quarterback, than a team with a great quarterback but not much else. In other words, I'll gladly trade yo...

    Blog | September 02, 2013
  4. Hogue Report: Anxious times for USC

    Jeremy Hogue

    LOS ANGELES - Trojan Nation is in shock. No National Title. No Pac-12 crown. Not even champs of the Pac-12 South Division. Some uncharacteristic losses, and then the capper -- a resounding loss to rival UCLA, which USC has owned over the past dec...

    Blog | November 21, 2012
  5. Hogue: Everything on line for Trojans

    Jeremy Hogue

    For USC, the variability of what could happen in the next three weeks is pretty crazy to think about. Let's run through the scenarios. First, let's assume the Trojans the table. They beat UCLA, then a top-three Notre Dame team, then win the Pac-1...

    Blog | November 16, 2012
  6. Hogue Report: Fourth time the charm?

    Jeremy Hogue

    How many times do college football teams get a second chance? Take Oklahoma, for example. One conference loss to Kansas State, and the Sooners were out of it in the Big XII. For USC, though, the loss to Stanford didn't end its shot at the Pa...

    Blog | November 07, 2012
  7. Hogue Report: Oregon best for USC now

    Jeremy Hogue

    Since Saturday's loss in Tucson, the misery of USC fans has been well-documented. Lane Kiffin, the undisciplined players who commit too many errors, the USC defense, even Matt Barkley -- they have all been targets of scorn, and to a large extent, rig...

    Blog | October 31, 2012
  8. Key to the game: USC D vs. spread O

    Jeremy Hogue

    What is the key for the USC defense in terms of slowing down the Arizona hurry-up spread offense? Arizona's spread is a pass-first spread that is still, in essence, option football. The Wildcats simply do it through the air more than on the ground...

    Blog | October 24, 2012
  9. Hogue Report: Arizona a tough opponent

    Jeremy Hogue

    LOS ANGELES -- For me, the highlight of the USC-Colorado game last weekend was only seen by those in attendance. After Matt Barkley and Robert Woods set their respective records, the video screen showed a segment where numerous big stars came on and...

    Blog | October 24, 2012
  10. The Hogue Report: USC timing just right?

    Jeremy Hogue

    Sometimes, in the middle of a season like this, a game or two may appear to be more meaningless than others. All attention Saturday was on Baton Rouge, Dallas and South Bend. USC was supposed to handle its business in Seattle, and it did, although ...

    Blog | October 16, 2012
  11. Hogue: Stars could align for BCS run

    Jeremy Hogue

    This college football season is looking like almost all those before it. Conventional wisdom is meaningless, and teams will continue to fall. And because of this, there is opportunity for the Trojans. But it won't be easy. With USC winning on Th...

    Blog | October 09, 2012
  12. Jeremy Hogue's mailbag

    Jeremy Hogue

    Each week, WeAreSC columnist Jeremy Hogue will answer strategy and USC team questions in this mailbag: 1. Opponents are using coverage schemes that are loaded up to stop the USC vertical passing game. Talk about what they are doing and how the Tro...

    Blog | September 26, 2012
  13. Hogue Report: 5 keys to bye week

    Jeremy Hogue

    With a road game a week from Thursday against Utah in Salt Lake City, it may only be half of a normal bye week, but it comes at a good time for USC. Here are five things the Trojans should be doing during the time off: 1. Heal Up: The Trojans are...

    Blog | September 24, 2012
  14. Jeremy Hogue's mailbag

    Jeremy Hogue

    Each week, WeAreSC columnist Jeremy Hogue will answer strategy and USC team questions in this mailbag: 1) Why was the Stanford run game so effective against USC? The good news for USC is that for a good portion of the game, it wasn't. The probl...

    Blog | September 19, 2012
  15. The Hogue Report: Post-Stanford

    Jeremy Hogue

    Oh, those Stanford Cardinal. They aren't as sexy as the Trojans. They don't have skill players like USC. David Shaw's recruiting classes don't rank as high as Lane Kiffin's. Stepfan Taylor 's runs up the middle won't make Sports Center top-10's like ...

    Blog | September 17, 2012
  16. Jeremy Hogue's mailbag

    Jeremy Hogue

    Each week, WeAreSC columnist Jeremy Hogue will answer strategy and USC team questions in this mailbag: 1) Khaled Holmes left the Syracuse game with an injury. If he cannot play against Stanford, how does that impact the USC offensive line? The ...

    Blog | September 12, 2012