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USC football: From NCAA sanctions to BCS title game?

April 20, 2012|By Dan Loumena

USC will try to bounce back from two years of NCAA-mandated bowl bans to the top of college football next season. Times college football reporter Gary Klein chatted with Noah Coslov of Cinesport about the Trojans' prospects.

Amongs the topics covered:

  • The scholarship limit improsed in the sanctions could hurt the team's depth for the next two or three years.
  • The offense is very thin at tailback, with only Curtis McNeal a seasoned performer and D.J. Morgan having limited experience.
  • Quarterback Matt Barkley, who opted to return for another year instead of turn pro, might have the best wide receiver tandem in the nation with Robert Woods and Marqise Lee.

Check out the video above to hear more.

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