USC Podcast: RoT Radio Ep. 331 on USC vs. Stanford Fallout

Reign of Troy's USC podcast discusses the latest Trojan news.
Reign of Troy's USC podcast discusses the latest Trojan news. /

Reign of Troy Radio’s USC podcast returns with a full fallout episode breaking down and looking back at USC’s 45-20 win over the Stanford Cardinal.

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In a 78-minute episode recapping USC’s victory over Stanford, co-hosts Michael Castillo and Alicia de Artola cover the news, Over/Under picks and a mailbag full of listener questions.

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What’s in store with this USC podcast:

  • It’s time for a Rave Line! Your reactions to the game open the show before a dive into the news.
  • The Trojans are now in the AP Top 25 thanks to their 2-0 start. Is that a surprise?
  • Michael and Alicia give their thoughts on the game, particularly after getting a second look. How impressive were Olaijah Griffin and Kedon Slovis against Stanford?
  • The Over/Under results are in and Michael was able to just hold onto his edge. Where were the RoT team right and wrong?
  • As always, the mailbag features listener questions, including the math on Kedon Slovis’ performance and the future of USC’s football program.

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