How canceled 2020 Season benefits USC football Tamatoa916 Junior Member Joined: Aug 24, 2017 Messages: 1,637 Likes Received: 884 Mar 29, 2020 #1 1. Team strength should improve. Load up on the shakes and get these guys bulked up. Run smaller unsupervised training sessions, lots of them starting ASAP. The AD and coaches should absolutely have these guys pumping the iron right now, everyday till further notice. Our ceiling to improve is much higher than other blu bloods, mostly because our S&C has sucked badly. 2. The coaches get a year to sharpen their tool sets and get dialed in. Would a year off not playing any games help Helton get back on track? It should....at least allow him to watch lots more tape with his staff. These guys basically get a year off the field and that extra time should help them better understand, contribute, and execute the Helton plan. I don’t know what that plan is but it definitely needs improvement!! 3. The AD and Pres get more time at the drawing board as well. They can further manage the Helton plan. Those two get to also decide on whether to pull the plug on that Helton plan. There would be no excuses for Folt and Bohn with regards to the Football HC in 2021. Would Urban M be ok to join us 2021 with this beefed up depth chart? 4. I still am partial to JT Daniels. I think he is better than our frosh phenom. With a year off, I think he will master this simple offense and be the starter in 2021. 5. Solomon....man, one more year to rehab and let that foot heal absolutely helps bring us a MLB that is going to knock people into next week. 6. Oregon loses momentum. I think some of the Oregon mojo loses its steam. Why? Because we don’t give them the chance to blow us out in 2020! 7. Lastly, we don’t have to play Alabama this year! Haha. We avoid the national beat down. Last edited: Mar 29, 2020 gubo&palanka, DaFireMedic and Troy70 like this.