USC's spring practice, QB competition under way
LOS ANGELES -- Marqise Lee says his personal success last season meant little while Southern California plummeted from the No. 1 ranking into a miserable late-season skid.
With four new assistant coaches and no starting quarterback, Lee and the Trojans are already back at work on erasing memories of those disappointments.
The Trojans held their first spring practice Tuesday night, going through drills under new defensive coordinator Clancy Pendergast and offensive coordinator Clay ...
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