Reign of Troy Radio’s USC podcast is back to talk about the latest developments from training camp and answer a loaded mailbag.
It’s been a little while, but Reign of Troy Radio co-hosts Michael Castillo and Alicia de Artola are back with a new USC podcast episode!
Join in as the RoT duo talk about updates from training camp and try to make sense of the Munir McClain saga.
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What’s in store with this USC podcast:
- This week’s show opens with a bit of a therapy session as Michael and Alicia share their experience with watching sports during the weirdest fall in memory. What will it take for this USC football season to finally feel real?
- The first bit of news to discuss revolves around Munir McClain, the suspended USC wide receiver who is being investigated over his application for unemployment benefits. What do we know and what does it all mean? It’s one of the harder-to-grasp stories the Trojans have dealt with in a while.
- Training camp is ongoing, so of course, there are updates to cover. Who is injured? Who is moving positions? Who is standing out?
- The mailbag is jam-packed with questions including:
- Is ASU or Utah a tougher matchup?
- Who are USC’s breakout players going to be?
- Which position group will improve the most?
- How has Todd Orlando impacted the defense?
- Does USC need a mobile quarterback?
- And much more!
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