The USC football team wrapped up spring practices Saturday with the annual Spring Game at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum. The "game" was more of a situational practice, as several Trojan players were injured and head coach Clay Helton did not feel they could field a deep enough roster to have a legitimate scrimmage. Instead, the crowd of over 14,000 fans experienced various drills ranging from redzone, 7-on-7, offense backed up and more. Afterward, Helton, redshirt sophomore quarterback Sam Darnold, redshirt senior safety Chris Hawkins and redshirt senior center Nico Falah shared their thoughts on the day in the Coliseum and their takeaways from the 15 spring practices as a whole.
USC will now take a break until player run practices (PRPs) begin during the summer and fall camp opens in late July/ early August. USC will kick off the season September 2 vs. Western Michigan at the Coliseum.
Here are the final stats from the Spring Game: