USC Podcast: RoT Radio Ep. 401 on Signing Day and EA Sports

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The weekly USC podcast from Reign of Troy Radio is back with a Signing Day special, even though the NCAA has neutered the once-most sacred day in college football.

RoT co-hosts Michael Castillo and Alicia de Artola discuss the fall of Signing Day, USC's excellent 2021 class and more. Plus, the return of EA Sports College Football!

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What's in store for this USC podcast:

-- Signing Day is lacking its normal luster, but that's not because of USC. After landing Raesjon Davis and some solid transfer portal additions, the Trojans managed to bring in a class that should provide the foundation for future success. And they may not be done yet with more room to play with.

-- Wait, the show doesn't end with a mailbag? That's right, it's smack dab in the middle this time with questions about a potential drop-off in the class of 2022 if Clay Helton is fired and the impact of Mike Bohn in hiring.

-- We'll keep dreaming of the good old days of recruiting, but we no longer have to do the same with college football video games. EA Sports announced the return of their college football franchise. So Michael and Alicia lay out exactly what features they want to see in the upcoming edition.

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