USC Trojans This & That — 7/9

Quite a USC threesome in the ’74-75 World Football League  —  J. K. McKay, Anthony Davis and Pat Haden wearing the Southern California Sun’s magenta and orange. 

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Old_Trojans_never_die
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The WFL was a league I thought might make it. They seemed to have a plan that could succeed. The only other league I thought was destined to succeed was the world league of American football.. Sadly I don’t see any football league succeeding against the NFL.

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Will USC’s Fall Showcase have an actual “full contact game” scrimmage? I certainly hope it does.
I’m still not sold on the “new” CH. If USC does not utilize their full contact practices, they may win 1-2 more games this coming season.

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Tell us something we don’t already know…… When Clay Helton’s Trojan teams play a really good team with a really good HC, he and his teams gets manhandled on the field. It is what it is and you can’t make any excuses other than feel sorry for the players who deserve better than Clay Helton headcoach.

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ESPN power ranking are out. SC is picked to go at best 7-5 and finish #25 at season’s end, with the most difficult schedule in the nation.

DebraSchulze
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What a great picture of Anthony Davis, JK Mckay, and Pat Haden!! This is a classic! Thanks Allen!