Reign of Troy Radio’s USC podcast returns to discuss Lynn Swann’s autograph trip, the latest from spring camp and a big ol’ mailbag full of listener questions.
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In an episode running 89 minutes, Michael Castillo and Alicia de Artola, Reign of Troy Radio co-hosts, cover the latest controversy involving Lynn Swann, plus Spring Camp and the Coliseum naming rights.Having trouble? Download an MP3, or listen on Spreaker, iTunes, Google Play and Stitcher.
What’s in store with this USC podcast:
- Michael and Alicia open the show discussing April Fools jokes, which are extremely hit and miss these days.
- The news segment gets into the fuss over Lynn Swann signing autographs rather than attending a USC leadership retreat. Is the Trojan Athletics Director getting a raw deal, or is this yet another misstep?
- USC basketball picked up a new transfer commit on Monday. What does Columbia’s Quinton Adlesh bring to the Trojans?
- With Spring Camp Week 3 all wrapped up, Alicia shares her big takeaways from practice as well as thoughts on five standout players.
- The show finishes up with a mailbag as always. Questions include:
- How viable is Kedon Slovis as a QB pick?
- Does the chaos around the president impact the players?
- How would we grade the changes made to practice?
- Is the lack of secondary depth making the offense look better than it is?
- Who will be the breakout freshman?
- And much more.
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