Here are the SnappyTV highlights:
Here are the SnappyTV highlights:
For those of you watching at home or with mobile streaming devices, our Tunnel Vision pregame show will start at 2:30 p.m. with interviews and an exclusive field level look. Pac-12 Networks takes over the coverage from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m.
Inside the stadium, all fans will receive the FREE spring poster (below) with an opportunity to get autographs after the game. We will also have special giveaways inside the stadium and via social media, so follow us on Twitter and Instagram (@USC_Athletics).
Throughout the warmup and game, we'll have hosts on the field explaining the drills, interviewing coaches and players, and putting microphones in the action. Sarkisian said the team will play "real football" for about an hour.
Click the link to see the depth chart: 14depth.sfb.pdf
On the offensive side, Cody Kessler is the starting quarterback, while Nelson Agholor and Darreus Rogers are the lead receivers. Buck Allen and Tre Madden (pictured) split the top spot for tailbacks.
Defensively, the outside linebacker spots are still up for grabs, and DL Claude Pelon has earned a starting spot in the absence of Leonard Williams, who will be back this fall.
Written by Sarah Bergstrom, USC blog contributor
The USC men's tennis team is perfect in Pac-12 play this season and is riding a 15-match win streak coming into its final regular season match on Friday. The match is important for many reasons including the potential for a perfect regular season, the chance for the top seed in next week's Pac-12 Championships and the celebration of seniors Ray Sarmiento and Michael Grant. According to Sarmiento, the past four years have gone by like a speeding bullet train, and while it's bittersweet to see his time at USC nearing its end, he's looking forward to finishing the best way possible.
"It's my last match and obviously I want to go out with a W. Beating UCLA is the best way to finish the season. We just need to give it our all and leave it on the court," said the senior. "UCLA is a talented team. But we've just got to take care of ourselves and do what we do."
Focusing on the team seems to have worked out well for the Trojans in the 2014 season as they boast a 24-2 record with just one regular season game left to play. Sarmiento, ranked No. 9 in the nation in ITA singles, led the team all season and continued to build on the Trojan legacy he will soon be leaving behind.
"I always call him pound-for-pound the greatest tennis player I've ever coached," describes head coach Peter Smith. "He's like Pacquiao."
A comparison like that is hard to come by, but Sarmiento's career at USC has been nothing short of impressive. The senior helped the Trojans win an NCAA Team Championship in his first two seasons and he's racked up a 101-31 overall record, All-Pac-12 and All-American honors.
"He's going to finish a four-time All American. And what he's done here over the course of four years, winning two team NCAA Championships, being a great leader and being the most competitive guy out there every single day is remarkable. Friday is really going to be quite a day," explained the head coach.
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The win lifted USC to 18-17 overall with two more big games coming to Dedeaux Field tonight (7 p.m.) and Saturday (7 p.m.) against Arizona. Both games will be aired live on Pac-12 Networks.
Here are the John McGillen photos of the first shutout of Strahan's career:
Baseball v UA gallery - Images by John McGillen
- Sarkisian did speak to the media after practice to introduce the freshmen that were made available for the first time today (Meet the Freshmen coming soon), and he also announced that the Trojans will play about an hour of real football at the Spring Game on Saturday.
- Here is the entire press conference:
Name: Malik Marquetti
Size: 6-foot-6 and 185 pounds
High School: Millikan Senior HS (Long Beach)
Scouting Report: Marquetti came on strong his senior year after missing part of his junior season, and greatly improving during the summer. He is a rangy athlete who can effect the game on both ends of the floor and works hard on the glass. He thrived in an uptempo system at Millikan, which fits well into what Enfield is trying to implement at USC. At the high school level, he dominated games with his non-stop motor, but he made great improvement on his jumper which will help him at the next level.
Andy Enfield's Take: "Malik is a versatile player that can play multiple positions. Offensively, he can score and make plays for his teammates. His long wing span and toughness make him an excellent defender and rebounder. We are excited for Malik to join our program."
Here is an example of Marquetti's athleticism:
The Trojans will get their chance to follow their leader in Friday's Pac-12 decider between No. 3 USC and No. 5 UCLA. The action starts inside Marks Stadium at 10:30 a.m. with doubles followed by singles play at Noon.
Here is a Crosstown Showdown preview with Sarmiento and Yannick Hanfmann:
Here is "Tui" mic'd up for spring practice:
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Hoey was selected based on his team-leading 70.59 stroke average per round as well as the seven Top 7 finishes he posted this season. He will be the fourth Trojan to compete in the Palmer Cup joining Brian Hull (1997), Jamie Lovemark (2007) and Europe's Tim Sluiter (2008 and 2009).