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  1. USC's defense has something to prove

    Ted Miller

    "Philosophical" is not a term that often appears next to USC coach Lane Kiffin's name, but it accurately describes how he's responding to his Trojans "good news, bad news" performance at Hawaii last Thursday. The good news was his offense rolling ...

    Blog | September 07, 2010
  2. If Barkley goes down, Mustain should be ready

    Ted Miller

    USC got a look at what its offense might look like without starting quarterback Matt Barkley during the spring game. The verdict? Not too shabby. With Barkley sidelined by a bruised hand, Mitch Mustain threw five touchdown passes while completing ...

    Blog | June 04, 2010
  3. Corp has no regrets about USC transfer

    Ted Miller

    Aaron Corp believed the quarterback job would be exempted from USC's much-ballyhooed "culture of competition" next fall, so the sophomore opted last week to transfer to FCS power Richmond so he could legitimately compete for a starting spot. The w...

    Blog | January 11, 2010
  4. Carroll, USC confirm Corp transfer

    Ted Miller

    USC has confirmed that No. 3 quarterback Aaron Corp has decided to transfer to Richmond. "We wish Aaron the best. I know it'll work out well for him," coach Pete Carroll said in a statement. Corp's transfer was first reported by WTVR CBS in Ric...

    Blog | January 07, 2010
  5. Report: Corp to transfer to Richmond

    Ted Miller

    USC quarterback Aaron Corp is transferring to Richmond, an FCS school, according to a report from WTVR CBS in Richmond. A message left for Corp by was not immediately returned. A USC spokesman couldn't confirm or deny the report. The r...

    Blog | January 07, 2010
  6. Opening the mailbag: Some love for Mike Thomas, Jahvid Best

    Ted Miller

    Posted by's Ted Miller Trying to play a little catchup here... Sam from Oakland writes: Hey Ted. I love your coverage on the Pac 10 but I feel like this is one of the most incredible accomplishments in the country this year and I have not he...

    Blog | December 18, 2008