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Episode 248: Spring QB Battle & Mailbag

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  • Michael and Alicia open the show discussing a young recruit with a newly-minted scholarship offer from USC and a supremely unique name.
  • After a short hiatus for the show, there were some news nuggets to catch up on including Jalen Greene's transfer to Illinois and the progress of the quarterback battle. Where do Matt Fink and Jack Sears stand and how does JT Daniels fit into the equation?
  • USC Basketball's 2017-18 season ended last week with a loss to Western Kentucky in the second round of the NIT. The RoT Crew discuss the Trojans' demise and Chimezie Metu's decision to leave for the NBA, then muse over Jordan McLaughlin's place in history. Who belongs on the Mount Rushmore of USC Basketball?
  • The show ends with a dive into the mailbag, including questions like:
    • What's different with Tim Drevno coaching running backs?
    • Could Dillon Baxter be the greatest Spring Camp player ever?
    • What will it take for Cameron Smith to achieve his goal of being an All-American?
    • Is Neil Callaway the guy for the offensive line or not?
    • Will USC rely on the run this coming season?

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