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2015 USC Football: The Latest and Greatest links from around the web for August 27, 2015

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Gary Paskwietz of shared the projected depth chart reminding us all just how nice it is to actually have depth. Paskwietz also examines some of the position battles as well.

If you did not have the chance to catch practice on Wednesday, here is your opportunity to catch up. Reign of Troy shared their notes, as did the Ripsit Blog and

Scout is reporting that Coach Sark wants to get the run game back on track and a healthy Chad Wheeler should certainly help.

Shotgun Spratling at Scout reports that Quinton Powell wants to be Special Teams Player of the Year.

According to Barstool Sports somehow the NCAA still has not been able to determine whether or not the Make-A-Wish foundation helping then ten-year-old Jake Olson see the USC Trojans one last time before he went blind while battling cancer constitutes an impermissible benefit. Jake Olson, the youngster who survived cancer, overcame his lack of sight and played competitive football still has not been cleared to play as a walk on long snapper.

Joshua Cohen of The Daily Trojan is reporting that the Women's soccer team split their opening series beating Texas Tech but not Florida St. While the Ripsit Blog named Dominique Randle the defensive player of the week.

Speaking of the Ripsit Blog, they would like you to get to know JuJu Smith-Shuster and Jabari Ruffin.

Reign of Troy previews the Trojans' week two opponent the Idaho Vandals.

Pat Forde at Yahoo Sports catalogs Pat Haden's various missteps as Athletic Director.

And our old pals in Westwood have finally decided on a quarterback, true freshman Josh Rosen will get the nod in their opening contest against Virginia.

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