USC Podcast: RoT’s Carcast reacting to a wild comeback win over ASU

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Reign of Troy Radio’s USC podcast is back to react to the Trojans’ 28-27 win over ASU to start the 2020 season.

It’s Carcast Time!

The first Carcast of the 2020 season features Reign of Troy co-hosts Michael Castillo and Alicia de Artola trying to unravel a frustrating start and an outstanding finish for USC football against ASU.

You’ve watched the game, now sit back and enjoy the after show.

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What’s in store with this USC podcast:

  • Well, that happened. The Trojans played miserably for the better part of 57 minutes, only to turn things around in a three-minute stretch of amazing playmaking moments. Was it a good day? A bad day? Should USC fans be happy? Or irritated?
  • USC’s running game took center stage at times for good and bad reasons. Do the Trojans need to consider a different look on offense?
  • Saturday offered the first real glimpse of Todd Orlando’s defense at USC. Michael and Alicia give their impressions of the performance.

A new season has arrived! That means The Rewatch is on the way! Join the Reign of Troy Patreon to get access to bonus episodes like The Rewatch which features Alicia diving deeper into the action from Saturday. For $5.55 per month, you’ll also get all our main show episodes ad-free.

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A game of USC football has played. You know what that means? The Reign of Troy Rant Line montage is on its way! Join in the fun by calling 213-373-1872 and leaving a message with your impressions from the game. Our mailbag is also open for the coming review episode. Just shoot an email to reignoftroy [AT] FanSided [DOT] com with your thoughts or questions.

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