Desmond Reed was a running back and kick returner for the USC Trojans from 2003-2007. He won two national championships and lost a potential third in arguably the greatest college football game of all time against Texas in 2006. Desmond was surrounded by amazing coaches and players during his time at USC. He fought through injuries and stood out as a guy who was willing to do anything to help the team. Desmond played high school football for the Temple City Rams who happen to play against my alma mater, Rio Hondo Prep, tonight at 7:00pm. We chat about the recent firing of Clay Helton and the glory days of USC Football under Pete Carroll. Desmond gives his thoughts on how the program can get back to what it once was and shares his perspective from some memorable moments that all Trojan fans will remember forever.
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