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USC Podcast: RoT’s Carcast reacting to more of the same vs. Arizona

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Reign of Troy Radio’s USC podcast is back to react to the win over Arizona

Another week, another disappointing performance from USC.

What’s the best way to unwind after an outing like that? Listen to a Reign of Troy Carcast of course.

Join co-hosts Michael Castillo and Alicia de Artola as they react to the game.

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What’s in store with this USC podcast:

  • Welp, the Trojans managed to turn another game into a nailbiter for no reason. Michael and Alicia react as you’d expect.
  • USC was a 14-point favorite against Arizona, but they left 14 points and more on the field thanks to poor red-zone execution, playcalling and discipline. The offense just isn’t what they should be.
  • What about the Trojan defense? It’s not like that’s much better, even if they have more valid excuses.
  • The Carcast ends with a bit of positivity as Michael and Alicia name their top performers.

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If you want company during games, there’s no better place to be than in the RoT Crew. That’s our private Slack channel where knowledgeable and passionate USC fans can chat with each other and the hosts all day, every day.

We know you have thoughts after that game. Share them with the RoT audience by calling into the Rant Line at 213-373-1872. Leave a message with your thoughts and we’ll include it in our weekly montage. You can also ask questions for the mailbag or shoot us an email to reignoftroy [a] FanSided [dot] com with your written reactions.

Next. Grading USC's Performance vs. ASU

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