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  1. 02:35

    USC Spring Risers

    With nine practice sessions now in the books for the Trojans, WeAreSC's Garry Paskwietz and Greg Katz discuss some under-the-radar players who have begun to emerge as potential key contributors this spring at USC.

    April 05, 2014
  2. 03:08

    Keyshawn Johnson Jr. emerging

    Already holding seven offers, Class of 2017 WR Keyshawn Johnson Jr. - the son of former USC and NFL star Keyshawn Johnson - is a hot commodity right now, and on Sunday he took time out to talk to WeAreSC's Blair Angulo.

    March 30, 2014
  3. 02:44

    USC spring football: Week 1 recap

    With three practice sessions now in the books, WeAreSC's Garry Paswietz and Greg Katz break down all of the major storylines emerging from the Trojans' first week of spring drills under Steve Sarkisian.

    March 15, 2014
  4. 01:57

    USC post-practice update - Dec. 15

    With USC's matchup with Fresno State in the 2013 Royal Purple Las Vegas Bowl now less than a week away, WeAreSC's Garry Paskwietz and Greg Katz provide a post-practice update following the Trojans' workout on Sunday.

    December 15, 2013
  5. 02:14

    DawgNation: Brandon Kublanow Interview

    ESPN 300 center Brandon Kublanow is done with his high school career and now looks ahead to enrolling at Georgia. Before he does though, he plans to convince other Georgia targets to join him in Athens.

    November 28, 2012
  6. 01:10

    LA Hot Button: Will USC Upset Notre Dame?

    ESPNLA Now's Mark Willard discusses the big question, will USC beat Notre Dame?

    November 21, 2012
  7. 01:25

    NoleNation: Giorgio Newberry Interview

    Florida State redshirt freshman Giorgio Newberry addresses his role on the defensive line now that All-American Brandon Jenkins will miss the season.

    September 05, 2012
  8. 01:58

    "All-Access": Head Coach Mack Brown

    Now that a starting quarterback has been selected, Coach Browns Longhorns look ahead.

    August 31, 2012