September 7, 2013; Los Angeles, CA, USA; Southern California Trojans guard Marcus Martin (66) lines up before snapping the ball against the Washington State Cougars during the first half at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum. Mandatory Credit: Gary A. Vasquez-USA TODAY Sports

USC Football Podcast: Reign of Troy Radio, Episode 16

On this installment of Reign of Troy Radio, we take a look back at the most inept offensive performance in USC history, statistically speaking or not. With editor Alicia De Artola on board, in addition to managing editor Michael Castillo, the debut of staff writer Matthew Moreno and the always lovely entertaining Josh Webb, we dissect how the game played out and where the Trojans go from here.

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Here’s what on tap in the podcast:

  • Just how bad of a game was it? Everyone chimes in to give there take on how the game played out for the Trojans offensively, citing play calling, quarterback ineffectiveness and a lack of a gameplan.
  • With news coming out today that Lane Kiffin decided on a quarterback, we discuss whether or not Kessler’s the right guy moving forward, and whether or not he’ll be utilized effectively, given his skill set.
  • “Fire Lane Kiffin” chants rained down on the Coliseum last Saturday. What’s all mean? Is the pressure more on Kiffin or Haden at this point?
  • For the sake of argument, Josh gives his take on who the Trojans should target in case of a change being needed and Alicia makes sure that the defense gets their due.

Stay tuned to Reign of Troy Radio, as we’ll have another installment later this week, looking ahead to the Boston College game.

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