There was no shortage of NFL scouts in Los Angeles yesterday for USC Pro Day, but head coach Lane Kiffin wasn’t on hand to watch.
In typical Kiffin form, Lane explained, "You've seen our roster. I don't really have 2 hours to stand on a field."
We’re pretty sure Zack Herberer’s 38 reps of 225 on the bench press was a big talk around the facility yesterday, but probably wasn’t the biggest talk around the Red Bull cooler.
Yesterday, Notre Dame announced their game next season against USC in South Bend will be moved to primetime. It will be the first night game in South Bend since the 1990 Michigan game.
Notre Dame athletic director Jack Swarbrick said, "While we will do this only on a selective basis, we think it is important to occasionally use the platform of a prime-time game. A number of those have been hallmark events in the history of our program. We are confident this year's USC game will continue that tradition."
Ed Orgeron is likely wondering if "a hallmark event in the history of our program” can end in an ass-whooping. Don't forget, the Irish beat USC last season in Los Angeles.
By the way, here is Herberer absolutely yoking 225 lbs: