Exclusive New Shows On This Week's Trojans All-Access
Sept. 28, 2009
Here is this week's viewing lineup of new shows on the Trojans All-Access platform of USCTrojans.com, including a look back at USC's heart-stopping football win over California in 2004, a review of last weekend's victory over Washington State and a profile of Trojan sackmeister Nick Perry.
To view these shows, just go to the VIDEO menu on the front page of USCTrojans.com.
On Monday (Sept. 28), 'SC Classics' presents the 2004 USC-Cal game. Watch quarterbacks Matt Leinart and Aaron Rodgers duel in the Coliseum, a year after the Golden Bears' memorable triple overtime win over the Trojans. Top-ranked USC had to withstand Rodgers' record-setting passing performance and used a late goal line stand to down the No. 7 Bears, 23-17. Head coach Pete Carroll relives his memories of the game. Narrator Petros Papadakis guides viewers through that matchup, which includes original television footage and the play calls of USC Hall of Fame announcer Tom Kelly.
Trojan fans can watch Carroll's weekly media conference live for free on Tuesday (Sept. 29), beginning at noon.
Then, on Wednesday (Sept. 30), 'Flashback' takes a behind-the-scenes view of last Saturday's 27-6 win over Washington State. The Trojans All-Access cameras give an exclusive look inside the lockerroom and on the sidelines, including an interchange between receivers Damian Williams and Brice Butler as they describe key moments of the game.
Thursday's (Oct. 1) 'Playmakers' segment features redshirt freshman defensive end Nick Perry, who is third in the nation with 6 sacks (that's already more than any Trojan had last season). And he doesn't even start! Hear from Perry, Carroll and defensive line coach Jethro Franklin.
On Friday (Oct. 2), turn to Trojans All-Access on USCTrojans.com for a view of the Trojans as they hit the road to Berkeley for Saturday's crucial Pac-10 showdown with California. There will be a report from the team's Friday walk-through at Memorial Stadium, with Carroll's final interview before Saturday's contest.
Also this week, Trojans fans can watch the delayed broadcasts of the USC women's volleyball team's home matches against fellow Top 15-ranked foes California on Friday (Oct. 2) and Stanford on Saturday (Oct. 3), as well as listen to the live KSPN audio broadcast of the Trojan football team's game at California on Saturday (Oct. 3) at 5 p.m. PT. Because of live television restrictions, video replays of each contest will follow soon after their conclusion on USCTrojans.com.
Go to the newly-redesigned USCTrojans.com now to sign up for Trojans All-Access.