USC Podcast: RoT Radio Ep. 398 on the Hall of Fame and College Football Playoff

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Reign of Troy's USC podcast is back to react to the CFP Championship Game and Carson Palmer's induction into the College Football Hall of Fame.

Co-hosts Michael Castillo and Alicia de Artola are at the helm, marveling at Nick Saban's dominance and debating the Hall of Fame's criteria.

Sit back, relax and enjoy the show!

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What's in store for this USC podcast:

-- Michael and Alicia open the show by talking about Alabama's impressive victory in the College Football Playoff. Has anyone done it better than Nick Saban? And how far away is USC from getting to that level?

-- Carson Palmer is officially a College Football Hall of Famer. Palmer's USC career was unique, but the Heisman winner was a shoo-in for the hall. Not every Trojan can say that, especially considering the criteria for being nominated. Alicia has gripes.

-- Alijah Vera-Tucker won the Morris Trophy. Talanoa Hufanga is the Co-Poly Player of the Year. Trojans are winning awards even if they're not in the title conversation.

-- The show finishes as always with a mailbag. This week we're talking Graham Harrell, Steve Sarkisian and Tom Herman.

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