USC Football: 3 Plays We Want to See More on Offense

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USC Football: 3 Plays We Want to See More on Offense
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There is a new sheriff in town when it comes to running USC's offense. His name is Clay Helton.

What's that you say? Isn't this the same Clay Helton who was the Trojans' offensive coordinator under the now departed Lane Kiffin?

Yes, but now Helton's title actually has some meaning. He has been tabbed by interim head coach Ed Orgeron to not only craft the offense but call plays on game day as well.

Coach Helton will now indelibly put his stamp on this offense. Unfortunately for him, he will be dealing with a unit that is far from a finished product.

Led by a quarterback still trying to find his way and a receiving corps that has been relegated to four scholarship players, Helton will have his work cut out for him if he wants to return the Trojans to their high-flying exploits of yesteryear.

This slideshow will look at some plays that Helton should keep in mind as he attempts to make the offense an important part of the overall game plan.

So, without further delay, here are some plays we want to see coach Helton run in the near future.  

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