OTHER JOE MCKNIGHT NEWS
USC Quarterbacks: Competition and Recruiting
The recent quarterback competition at USC has been one of the most discussed topics ever since the Trojans horrific season came to a close.
Breaking Down How to Stop USC Trojans WR Marqise Lee
Lee was the best wide receiver in college football last year, and barring something unforeseen, he will retain that title again in 2013.
Carswell waived by 49ers
Brandon Carswell's journey to play for the 49ers ended the same day it began. He signed a two-year deal June 12 and tore his ACL minutes into his first practice with his new team.
USC Football: Four Trojans Make Athlon's Preseason First Team All-Pac-12
Preseason previews, lists and predictions have started to flood the interwebs, and Athlon's Pac-12 Football 2013 All-Conference Team was next in line, as announced on Monday.
Spartans the First to Offer Smith
After a good camp showing, Orchard Lake St. Mary's class of 2015 cornerback Tyson Smith picked up his first offer, and it just so happens to be from an in-state Big Ten program.
Who Will Be the Wildcats' Week One Starter?
Right now, it looks to be a three-man race among senior B.J Denker, junior transfer Jesse Scroggins and incoming freshman Anu Solomon.
USC Football: Is Lane Kiffin Hedging His Bets with 2014 Quarterback Offers?
The worst kept secret regarding USC football recently is that the Trojans have been suffering from a dearth of scholarships since the NCAA laid hammer down on the program, courtesy of the Reggie Bush scandal.
Redshirt Files: Chad Wheeler
Santa Monica offensive tackle Chad Wheeler spent his first season at USC redshirting.
Mailbag Monday: A 15-Game Schedule, Silas Redd and More on USC Football
We've been fielding your questions for our Mailbag Monday feature, so let's celebrate the start of the work week by getting right into the burning topics of USC Football, as editor Michael Castillo answers your questions.
USC Football: Fathers Day History with Facts About Trojan Fathers and Their Sons
Spend a day at USC, and you'll hear the moniker Trojan Family a million times. The saying, which alludes to the tight-knit alumni base of the university, has no better literal meaning at USC than in athletics.