USC’s passing offense should be mentioned alongside Alabama & Florida – Trevor Matich | SportsCenter

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  • ESPN College Football published this video item, entitled “USC’s passing offense should be mentioned alongside Alabama & Florida – Trevor Matich | SportsCenter” – below is their description.

    Trevor Matich breaks down the prolific USC Trojans passing offense, then praises Devonta Smith of the Alabama Crimson Tide and Haskell Garrett of the Ohio State Buckeyes.

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