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Mama ready for big things in 2015

by Garry Paskwietz

It is easy to look back in hindsight at some of the numbers the USC offense put up in 2014 and think things went pretty smooth in the first year under Steve Sarkisian.

There was an average of over 35 points per game, a quarterback who threw 39 touchdowns and only five interceptions, a tailback who ran for almost 1,500 yards and a receiver who caught 104 passes. Impressive numbers indeed but they don’t tell the whole story, particularly when it came to an offensive line that went through growing pains that included starting three true freshmen at the end of the year and giving up 32 sacks.

Click here to read the full story at the ESPN USC blog



Garry Paskwietz
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Garry Paskwietz

A 1988 graduate of USC with a degree in Sports Information. Worked in sports marketing for LA Lakers and Miller Brewing Company. Began covering the Trojans in 1996 with the Trojan Football Fax. Founded WeAreSC in November 1998 with stints at Scout and ESPN. Emmy-winner while covering high school football at Fox Sports West.


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