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USC Trojans must replace three spots on the offensive line

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All success for the USC Trojans will be a result of the work that occurs up front from the offensive line. USC lost a lot of bodies up front this offseason, particularly with Zach Banner, but also Damien Mama and Chad Wheeler. The men who replace them have a tall task ahead of them—beat expectations and propel USC to the playoff.

A look at some of the stories of Southern California’s biggest bodies.

Chuma Edoga getting it right: "Junior offensive lineman Chuma Edoga is settling in as the starting right tackle for the Trojans." [USC Trojans Football, Basketball, and Recruiting Front Page]

Five questions for USC's offensive line: "FightOn247 asks five questions for USC's offensive line." [FightOn247 USC Home News]

Consistency key for Clayton Johnston: "The one thing that has alluded USC offensive lineman Clayton Johnston has been consistency. For him, it is the key to breaking into the offensive line rotation." [USC Trojans Football, Basketball, and Recruiting Front Page]

Why USC may be the best zone-rushing outfit in CFB by Staff: "Video analysis: USC's personnel on the O-line and at tailback are ideal fits for its zone-running attack." [USC Rivals]