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2014 Season Review: Offense

Directing Steve Sarkisian’s no-huddle, shotgun-based offensive attack, USC quarterback Cody Kessler and a strong collection of skill players found plenty of success in 2014, scoring an average of 35.8 points per game — No. 22 in the FBS. But with an offensive line that featured three freshmen starters by the end of the season, and with the offense as a whole searching for its identity early on, this is a group that had its peaks as well as its valleys.

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Johnny Curren started as a recruiting writer with WeAreSC in the early 2000's, and has also worked at Fox Sports West and Student Sports. Johnny is an Emmy Award winner while covering HS football at Fox.


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