Garry Paskwietz

Garry Paskwietz

Began covering the Trojans in 1996 with the Trojan Football Fax. Founded WeAreSC in November 1998 with stints at Scout and ESPN. Emmy-winner while covering high school football at Fox Sports West.

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Thursday PRP Report

The Trojans got together this morning for the first player-run-practice of the summer and here are a few details of what we saw: * The offensive line featured Clayton Johnston (LT), Chris Brown (LG), Nico Falah (C), Jordan Austin (RG), Toa Lobendahn (RT). Chuma Edoga and Viane Talamaivao did not take part. It was interesting to see Toa line up ...

Time for PRP’s

The Trojans will be back on the field tomorrow for player-run-practices and it’s always a great chance to see how some players are progressing, any players back from injuries, the summer newcomers, etc. The sessions usually take place immediately following a morning team conditioning session with Ivan Lewis and his staff. The PRP’s begin ...

Darnold scouting report from NFL.com

NFL.com analyst Daniel Jeremiah is taking a "First Look" at some of the top players in college football by watching multiple games from last season to, as he calls it, put them under the microscope. The first player up in his series is Trojan quarterback Sam Darnold, a player who Jeremiah referenced during the NFL combine as generating plenty of ...

Recruiting Notebook (6-5 edition)

USC quarterback commit Matt Corral continued his impressive recent run on the camp circuit when he took part in the Elite 11 finals over the weekend, and earned a spot as one of the 12 QB’s selected for The Opening in July. The finals were held at Redondo Union HS and took part over 3 days, with each day featuring a different set of drills ...

WeAreSC Mailbag (6-1 edition)

In this edition of the mailbag we talk a potential trap game for 2017, OL recruiting, a role for Dominic Davis, opportunities for Sam Darnold to improve, and more: TrojanHorse I keep finding my glance coming back to Friday Sept 29 on the calendar. I'm hearing a lot of mixed signals about the Cougars. If we can beat Stanford and Texas and are ...

2017 USC Trojans summer magazine preview

With the college football season preview magazines starting to be released this summer, here is our "magazine-style" look at the Trojans for the upcoming year: Head coach: Clay Helton (2nd year) 2016 result: 10-3 (Rose Bowl champions, #3 end-of-season ranking) Returning starters: 14 (6 offense, 7 defense, 1 punter) Top returners: QB ...

Clarkson talks Corral

USC quarterback commit Matt Corral took part in the annual Steve Clarkson QB Retreat over the weekend in San Diego, and needless to say he impressed the camp organizer. Clarkson, who has trained former USC quarterbacks such as Matt Leinart and Matt Barkley, hosted some of the top college and high school QB’s in the country for the event and he ...

Recruiting Notebook (5-30 edition)

Now that the spring evaluation period has ended, here’s one early look at how the Class of 2018 could break down for the Trojans (obviously there is a long way to go before signing day and we’ll see plenty of movement on this list between now and then). Also, we’re working off a projection of 18 available rides (that number is flexible based ...

WeAreSC Mailbag (5-25 edition)

In this edition of the mailbag we talk USC offensive line development, scheduling in conference based on weather, the legacy of Dennis Smith, and more: Rodgarnay51 My multi-part question is re: the wide receivers. It seems a given (at his point) that Burnett and Pittman are the two front runners. At this point, who do you project as the ...

Off-season thoughts on USC schedule

As the spring evaluation period comes to an end and we await the start of summer workouts, here are some thoughts on what stands out from each of the opponents on the USC football 2017 schedule: Western Michigan A bit of an unknown considering how much change there has been with the Broncos since their impressive 13-1 record from a year ago. ...