National YouTube host explores USC’s competitive future in the Big Ten

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What will life be like for USC in the Big Ten? We have two years to think about this question, so it’s not as though we’re in a rush to arrive at the final answer, but we can certainly start exploring this question.

Mark Rogers got a head start on his recent call-in show at The Voice of College Football. Mark has us on the air every Tuesday afternoon at 1:05 p.m. in Los Angeles, usually for 55 to 65 minutes, to discuss the latest goings-on with the Trojans and the Pac-12 Conference. Obviously, USC’s move on June 30 has forced us at Trojans Wire to discuss the Big Ten more than we ever could have anticipated or expected.

Mark, who does a lot of call-in shows in addition to hosting the USC YouTube channel and over a dozen other team-specific channels, fielded questions from viewers the other day. One dealt with USC and the Big Ten. Here’s the segment.

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