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Inside Look at Southern Cal’s New Digs, The John McKay Center


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Introducing the John McKay Center

Introducing the John McKay Center
Kirby Lee/Image of Sport-US PRESSWIRE

Southern Cal just stepped into the 21st century with the unveiling of a brand new, $70 million athletic facility. As if it wasn't already easy enough to sell recruits on playing in the sun-drenched SoCal lifestyle, now it is going to be a cake-walk for head coach Lane Kiffin and the Trojans.

The old adage, "the rich keep getting get richer," couldn't be more true here.

The facility, which was dedicated to legendary USC coach John McKay, is 110,000-square feet of architectural beauty. McKay won four national titles while at USC (1962, 1967, 1972, 1974), before taking over as Athletic Director for the Trojans from 1972-75. He then jumped to the NFL, where he coached the Tampa Bay Buccaneers from 1976-84.

The new facility houses offices and meeting rooms for the football program, an underground practice field, luxurious locker rooms, an immense weight room, a training room and several high-def displays paying homage to the Trojan's rich athletic history.

USC couldn't be making a bigger return to the college football world after a two-year probation. The Trojans are the preseason No. 1 team, according to the Associated Press, and now "sport" one of the top athletic facilities in the entire country (professional or NCAA). It's a good time to be a Trojan.

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Introducing the John McKay Center

Introducing the John McKay Center
Kirby Lee/Image of Sport-US PRESSWIRE

Southern Cal just stepped into the 21st century with the unveiling of a brand new, $70 million athletic facility. As if it wasn't already easy enough to sell recruits on playing in the sun-drenched SoCal lifestyle, now it is going to be a cake-walk for head coach Lane Kiffin and the Trojans.

The old adage, "the rich keep getting get richer," couldn't be more true here.

The facility, which was dedicated to legendary USC coach John McKay, is 110,000-square feet of architectural beauty. McKay won four national titles while at USC (1962, 1967, 1972, 1974), before taking over as Athletic Director for the Trojans from 1972-75. He then jumped to the NFL, where he coached the Tampa Bay Buccaneers from 1976-84.

The new facility houses offices and meeting rooms for the football program, an underground practice field, luxurious locker rooms, an immense weight room, a training room and several high-def displays paying homage to the Trojan's rich athletic history.

USC couldn't be making a bigger return to the college football world after a two-year probation. The Trojans are the preseason No. 1 team, according to the Associated Press, and now "sport" one of the top athletic facilities in the entire country (professional or NCAA). It's a good time to be a Trojan.

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Introducing the John McKay Center

Introducing the John McKay Center
Kirby Lee/Image of Sport-US PRESSWIRE

Southern Cal just stepped into the 21st century with the unveiling of a brand new, $70 million athletic facility. As if it wasn't already easy enough to sell recruits on playing in the sun-drenched SoCal lifestyle, now it is going to be a cake-walk for head coach Lane Kiffin and the Trojans.

The old adage, "the rich keep getting get richer," couldn't be more true here.

The facility, which was dedicated to legendary USC coach John McKay, is 110,000-square feet of architectural beauty. McKay won four national titles while at USC (1962, 1967, 1972, 1974), before taking over as Athletic Director for the Trojans from 1972-75. He then jumped to the NFL, where he coached the Tampa Bay Buccaneers from 1976-84.

The new facility houses offices and meeting rooms for the football program, an underground practice field, luxurious locker rooms, an immense weight room, a training room and several high-def displays paying homage to the Trojan's rich athletic history.

USC couldn't be making a bigger return to the college football world after a two-year probation. The Trojans are the preseason No. 1 team, according to the Associated Press, and now "sport" one of the top athletic facilities in the entire country (professional or NCAA). It's a good time to be a Trojan.

Previous Next

Introducing the John McKay Center

Introducing the John McKay Center
Kirby Lee/Image of Sport-US PRESSWIRE

Southern Cal just stepped into the 21st century with the unveiling of a brand new, $70 million athletic facility. As if it wasn't already easy enough to sell recruits on playing in the sun-drenched SoCal lifestyle, now it is going to be a cake-walk for head coach Lane Kiffin and the Trojans.

The old adage, "the rich keep getting get richer," couldn't be more true here.

The facility, which was dedicated to legendary USC coach John McKay, is 110,000-square feet of architectural beauty. McKay won four national titles while at USC (1962, 1967, 1972, 1974), before taking over as Athletic Director for the Trojans from 1972-75. He then jumped to the NFL, where he coached the Tampa Bay Buccaneers from 1976-84.

The new facility houses offices and meeting rooms for the football program, an underground practice field, luxurious locker rooms, an immense weight room, a training room and several high-def displays paying homage to the Trojan's rich athletic history.

USC couldn't be making a bigger return to the college football world after a two-year probation. The Trojans are the preseason No. 1 team, according to the Associated Press, and now "sport" one of the top athletic facilities in the entire country (professional or NCAA). It's a good time to be a Trojan.

Previous Next

Introducing the John McKay Center

Introducing the John McKay Center
Kirby Lee/Image of Sport-US PRESSWIRE

Southern Cal just stepped into the 21st century with the unveiling of a brand new, $70 million athletic facility. As if it wasn't already easy enough to sell recruits on playing in the sun-drenched SoCal lifestyle, now it is going to be a cake-walk for head coach Lane Kiffin and the Trojans.

The old adage, "the rich keep getting get richer," couldn't be more true here.

The facility, which was dedicated to legendary USC coach John McKay, is 110,000-square feet of architectural beauty. McKay won four national titles while at USC (1962, 1967, 1972, 1974), before taking over as Athletic Director for the Trojans from 1972-75. He then jumped to the NFL, where he coached the Tampa Bay Buccaneers from 1976-84.

The new facility houses offices and meeting rooms for the football program, an underground practice field, luxurious locker rooms, an immense weight room, a training room and several high-def displays paying homage to the Trojan's rich athletic history.

USC couldn't be making a bigger return to the college football world after a two-year probation. The Trojans are the preseason No. 1 team, according to the Associated Press, and now "sport" one of the top athletic facilities in the entire country (professional or NCAA). It's a good time to be a Trojan.

Previous Next

Introducing the John McKay Center

Introducing the John McKay Center
Kirby Lee/Image of Sport-US PRESSWIRE

Southern Cal just stepped into the 21st century with the unveiling of a brand new, $70 million athletic facility. As if it wasn't already easy enough to sell recruits on playing in the sun-drenched SoCal lifestyle, now it is going to be a cake-walk for head coach Lane Kiffin and the Trojans.

The old adage, "the rich keep getting get richer," couldn't be more true here.

The facility, which was dedicated to legendary USC coach John McKay, is 110,000-square feet of architectural beauty. McKay won four national titles while at USC (1962, 1967, 1972, 1974), before taking over as Athletic Director for the Trojans from 1972-75. He then jumped to the NFL, where he coached the Tampa Bay Buccaneers from 1976-84.

The new facility houses offices and meeting rooms for the football program, an underground practice field, luxurious locker rooms, an immense weight room, a training room and several high-def displays paying homage to the Trojan's rich athletic history.

USC couldn't be making a bigger return to the college football world after a two-year probation. The Trojans are the preseason No. 1 team, according to the Associated Press, and now "sport" one of the top athletic facilities in the entire country (professional or NCAA). It's a good time to be a Trojan.

Previous Next

Introducing the John McKay Center

Introducing the John McKay Center
Kirby Lee/Image of Sport-US PRESSWIRE

Southern Cal just stepped into the 21st century with the unveiling of a brand new, $70 million athletic facility. As if it wasn't already easy enough to sell recruits on playing in the sun-drenched SoCal lifestyle, now it is going to be a cake-walk for head coach Lane Kiffin and the Trojans.

The old adage, "the rich keep getting get richer," couldn't be more true here.

The facility, which was dedicated to legendary USC coach John McKay, is 110,000-square feet of architectural beauty. McKay won four national titles while at USC (1962, 1967, 1972, 1974), before taking over as Athletic Director for the Trojans from 1972-75. He then jumped to the NFL, where he coached the Tampa Bay Buccaneers from 1976-84.

The new facility houses offices and meeting rooms for the football program, an underground practice field, luxurious locker rooms, an immense weight room, a training room and several high-def displays paying homage to the Trojan's rich athletic history.

USC couldn't be making a bigger return to the college football world after a two-year probation. The Trojans are the preseason No. 1 team, according to the Associated Press, and now "sport" one of the top athletic facilities in the entire country (professional or NCAA). It's a good time to be a Trojan.

Previous Next

Introducing the John McKay Center

Introducing the John McKay Center
Kirby Lee/Image of Sport-US PRESSWIRE

Southern Cal just stepped into the 21st century with the unveiling of a brand new, $70 million athletic facility. As if it wasn't already easy enough to sell recruits on playing in the sun-drenched SoCal lifestyle, now it is going to be a cake-walk for head coach Lane Kiffin and the Trojans.

The old adage, "the rich keep getting get richer," couldn't be more true here.

The facility, which was dedicated to legendary USC coach John McKay, is 110,000-square feet of architectural beauty. McKay won four national titles while at USC (1962, 1967, 1972, 1974), before taking over as Athletic Director for the Trojans from 1972-75. He then jumped to the NFL, where he coached the Tampa Bay Buccaneers from 1976-84.

The new facility houses offices and meeting rooms for the football program, an underground practice field, luxurious locker rooms, an immense weight room, a training room and several high-def displays paying homage to the Trojan's rich athletic history.

USC couldn't be making a bigger return to the college football world after a two-year probation. The Trojans are the preseason No. 1 team, according to the Associated Press, and now "sport" one of the top athletic facilities in the entire country (professional or NCAA). It's a good time to be a Trojan.

Previous Next

Introducing the John McKay Center

Introducing the John McKay Center
Kirby Lee/Image of Sport-US PRESSWIRE

Southern Cal just stepped into the 21st century with the unveiling of a brand new, $70 million athletic facility. As if it wasn't already easy enough to sell recruits on playing in the sun-drenched SoCal lifestyle, now it is going to be a cake-walk for head coach Lane Kiffin and the Trojans.

The old adage, "the rich keep getting get richer," couldn't be more true here.

The facility, which was dedicated to legendary USC coach John McKay, is 110,000-square feet of architectural beauty. McKay won four national titles while at USC (1962, 1967, 1972, 1974), before taking over as Athletic Director for the Trojans from 1972-75. He then jumped to the NFL, where he coached the Tampa Bay Buccaneers from 1976-84.

The new facility houses offices and meeting rooms for the football program, an underground practice field, luxurious locker rooms, an immense weight room, a training room and several high-def displays paying homage to the Trojan's rich athletic history.

USC couldn't be making a bigger return to the college football world after a two-year probation. The Trojans are the preseason No. 1 team, according to the Associated Press, and now "sport" one of the top athletic facilities in the entire country (professional or NCAA). It's a good time to be a Trojan.

Previous Next

Introducing the John McKay Center

Introducing the John McKay Center
Kirby Lee/Image of Sport-US PRESSWIRE

Southern Cal just stepped into the 21st century with the unveiling of a brand new, $70 million athletic facility. As if it wasn't already easy enough to sell recruits on playing in the sun-drenched SoCal lifestyle, now it is going to be a cake-walk for head coach Lane Kiffin and the Trojans.

The old adage, "the rich keep getting get richer," couldn't be more true here.

The facility, which was dedicated to legendary USC coach John McKay, is 110,000-square feet of architectural beauty. McKay won four national titles while at USC (1962, 1967, 1972, 1974), before taking over as Athletic Director for the Trojans from 1972-75. He then jumped to the NFL, where he coached the Tampa Bay Buccaneers from 1976-84.

The new facility houses offices and meeting rooms for the football program, an underground practice field, luxurious locker rooms, an immense weight room, a training room and several high-def displays paying homage to the Trojan's rich athletic history.

USC couldn't be making a bigger return to the college football world after a two-year probation. The Trojans are the preseason No. 1 team, according to the Associated Press, and now "sport" one of the top athletic facilities in the entire country (professional or NCAA). It's a good time to be a Trojan.

Previous Next

Introducing the John McKay Center

Introducing the John McKay Center
Kirby Lee/Image of Sport-US PRESSWIRE

Southern Cal just stepped into the 21st century with the unveiling of a brand new, $70 million athletic facility. As if it wasn't already easy enough to sell recruits on playing in the sun-drenched SoCal lifestyle, now it is going to be a cake-walk for head coach Lane Kiffin and the Trojans.

The old adage, "the rich keep getting get richer," couldn't be more true here.

The facility, which was dedicated to legendary USC coach John McKay, is 110,000-square feet of architectural beauty. McKay won four national titles while at USC (1962, 1967, 1972, 1974), before taking over as Athletic Director for the Trojans from 1972-75. He then jumped to the NFL, where he coached the Tampa Bay Buccaneers from 1976-84.

The new facility houses offices and meeting rooms for the football program, an underground practice field, luxurious locker rooms, an immense weight room, a training room and several high-def displays paying homage to the Trojan's rich athletic history.

USC couldn't be making a bigger return to the college football world after a two-year probation. The Trojans are the preseason No. 1 team, according to the Associated Press, and now "sport" one of the top athletic facilities in the entire country (professional or NCAA). It's a good time to be a Trojan.

Previous Next

Introducing the John McKay Center

Introducing the John McKay Center
Kirby Lee/Image of Sport-US PRESSWIRE

Southern Cal just stepped into the 21st century with the unveiling of a brand new, $70 million athletic facility. As if it wasn't already easy enough to sell recruits on playing in the sun-drenched SoCal lifestyle, now it is going to be a cake-walk for head coach Lane Kiffin and the Trojans.

The old adage, "the rich keep getting get richer," couldn't be more true here.

The facility, which was dedicated to legendary USC coach John McKay, is 110,000-square feet of architectural beauty. McKay won four national titles while at USC (1962, 1967, 1972, 1974), before taking over as Athletic Director for the Trojans from 1972-75. He then jumped to the NFL, where he coached the Tampa Bay Buccaneers from 1976-84.

The new facility houses offices and meeting rooms for the football program, an underground practice field, luxurious locker rooms, an immense weight room, a training room and several high-def displays paying homage to the Trojan's rich athletic history.

USC couldn't be making a bigger return to the college football world after a two-year probation. The Trojans are the preseason No. 1 team, according to the Associated Press, and now "sport" one of the top athletic facilities in the entire country (professional or NCAA). It's a good time to be a Trojan.

Previous Next

Introducing the John McKay Center

Introducing the John McKay Center
Kirby Lee/Image of Sport-US PRESSWIRE

Southern Cal just stepped into the 21st century with the unveiling of a brand new, $70 million athletic facility. As if it wasn't already easy enough to sell recruits on playing in the sun-drenched SoCal lifestyle, now it is going to be a cake-walk for head coach Lane Kiffin and the Trojans.

The old adage, "the rich keep getting get richer," couldn't be more true here.

The facility, which was dedicated to legendary USC coach John McKay, is 110,000-square feet of architectural beauty. McKay won four national titles while at USC (1962, 1967, 1972, 1974), before taking over as Athletic Director for the Trojans from 1972-75. He then jumped to the NFL, where he coached the Tampa Bay Buccaneers from 1976-84.

The new facility houses offices and meeting rooms for the football program, an underground practice field, luxurious locker rooms, an immense weight room, a training room and several high-def displays paying homage to the Trojan's rich athletic history.

USC couldn't be making a bigger return to the college football world after a two-year probation. The Trojans are the preseason No. 1 team, according to the Associated Press, and now "sport" one of the top athletic facilities in the entire country (professional or NCAA). It's a good time to be a Trojan.

Previous Next

Introducing the John McKay Center

Introducing the John McKay Center
Kirby Lee/Image of Sport-US PRESSWIRE

Southern Cal just stepped into the 21st century with the unveiling of a brand new, $70 million athletic facility. As if it wasn't already easy enough to sell recruits on playing in the sun-drenched SoCal lifestyle, now it is going to be a cake-walk for head coach Lane Kiffin and the Trojans.

The old adage, "the rich keep getting get richer," couldn't be more true here.

The facility, which was dedicated to legendary USC coach John McKay, is 110,000-square feet of architectural beauty. McKay won four national titles while at USC (1962, 1967, 1972, 1974), before taking over as Athletic Director for the Trojans from 1972-75. He then jumped to the NFL, where he coached the Tampa Bay Buccaneers from 1976-84.

The new facility houses offices and meeting rooms for the football program, an underground practice field, luxurious locker rooms, an immense weight room, a training room and several high-def displays paying homage to the Trojan's rich athletic history.

USC couldn't be making a bigger return to the college football world after a two-year probation. The Trojans are the preseason No. 1 team, according to the Associated Press, and now "sport" one of the top athletic facilities in the entire country (professional or NCAA). It's a good time to be a Trojan.

Previous Next

Introducing the John McKay Center

Introducing the John McKay Center
Kirby Lee/Image of Sport-US PRESSWIRE

Southern Cal just stepped into the 21st century with the unveiling of a brand new, $70 million athletic facility. As if it wasn't already easy enough to sell recruits on playing in the sun-drenched SoCal lifestyle, now it is going to be a cake-walk for head coach Lane Kiffin and the Trojans.

The old adage, "the rich keep getting get richer," couldn't be more true here.

The facility, which was dedicated to legendary USC coach John McKay, is 110,000-square feet of architectural beauty. McKay won four national titles while at USC (1962, 1967, 1972, 1974), before taking over as Athletic Director for the Trojans from 1972-75. He then jumped to the NFL, where he coached the Tampa Bay Buccaneers from 1976-84.

The new facility houses offices and meeting rooms for the football program, an underground practice field, luxurious locker rooms, an immense weight room, a training room and several high-def displays paying homage to the Trojan's rich athletic history.

USC couldn't be making a bigger return to the college football world after a two-year probation. The Trojans are the preseason No. 1 team, according to the Associated Press, and now "sport" one of the top athletic facilities in the entire country (professional or NCAA). It's a good time to be a Trojan.

Previous Next

Introducing the John McKay Center

Introducing the John McKay Center
Kirby Lee/Image of Sport-US PRESSWIRE

Southern Cal just stepped into the 21st century with the unveiling of a brand new, $70 million athletic facility. As if it wasn't already easy enough to sell recruits on playing in the sun-drenched SoCal lifestyle, now it is going to be a cake-walk for head coach Lane Kiffin and the Trojans.

The old adage, "the rich keep getting get richer," couldn't be more true here.

The facility, which was dedicated to legendary USC coach John McKay, is 110,000-square feet of architectural beauty. McKay won four national titles while at USC (1962, 1967, 1972, 1974), before taking over as Athletic Director for the Trojans from 1972-75. He then jumped to the NFL, where he coached the Tampa Bay Buccaneers from 1976-84.

The new facility houses offices and meeting rooms for the football program, an underground practice field, luxurious locker rooms, an immense weight room, a training room and several high-def displays paying homage to the Trojan's rich athletic history.

USC couldn't be making a bigger return to the college football world after a two-year probation. The Trojans are the preseason No. 1 team, according to the Associated Press, and now "sport" one of the top athletic facilities in the entire country (professional or NCAA). It's a good time to be a Trojan.

Previous Next

Introducing the John McKay Center

Introducing the John McKay Center
Kirby Lee/Image of Sport-US PRESSWIRE

Southern Cal just stepped into the 21st century with the unveiling of a brand new, $70 million athletic facility. As if it wasn't already easy enough to sell recruits on playing in the sun-drenched SoCal lifestyle, now it is going to be a cake-walk for head coach Lane Kiffin and the Trojans.

The old adage, "the rich keep getting get richer," couldn't be more true here.

The facility, which was dedicated to legendary USC coach John McKay, is 110,000-square feet of architectural beauty. McKay won four national titles while at USC (1962, 1967, 1972, 1974), before taking over as Athletic Director for the Trojans from 1972-75. He then jumped to the NFL, where he coached the Tampa Bay Buccaneers from 1976-84.

The new facility houses offices and meeting rooms for the football program, an underground practice field, luxurious locker rooms, an immense weight room, a training room and several high-def displays paying homage to the Trojan's rich athletic history.

USC couldn't be making a bigger return to the college football world after a two-year probation. The Trojans are the preseason No. 1 team, according to the Associated Press, and now "sport" one of the top athletic facilities in the entire country (professional or NCAA). It's a good time to be a Trojan.

Previous Next

Introducing the John McKay Center

Introducing the John McKay Center
Kirby Lee/Image of Sport-US PRESSWIRE

Southern Cal just stepped into the 21st century with the unveiling of a brand new, $70 million athletic facility. As if it wasn't already easy enough to sell recruits on playing in the sun-drenched SoCal lifestyle, now it is going to be a cake-walk for head coach Lane Kiffin and the Trojans.

The old adage, "the rich keep getting get richer," couldn't be more true here.

The facility, which was dedicated to legendary USC coach John McKay, is 110,000-square feet of architectural beauty. McKay won four national titles while at USC (1962, 1967, 1972, 1974), before taking over as Athletic Director for the Trojans from 1972-75. He then jumped to the NFL, where he coached the Tampa Bay Buccaneers from 1976-84.

The new facility houses offices and meeting rooms for the football program, an underground practice field, luxurious locker rooms, an immense weight room, a training room and several high-def displays paying homage to the Trojan's rich athletic history.

USC couldn't be making a bigger return to the college football world after a two-year probation. The Trojans are the preseason No. 1 team, according to the Associated Press, and now "sport" one of the top athletic facilities in the entire country (professional or NCAA). It's a good time to be a Trojan.

Previous Next

Introducing the John McKay Center

Introducing the John McKay Center
Kirby Lee/Image of Sport-US PRESSWIRE

Southern Cal just stepped into the 21st century with the unveiling of a brand new, $70 million athletic facility. As if it wasn't already easy enough to sell recruits on playing in the sun-drenched SoCal lifestyle, now it is going to be a cake-walk for head coach Lane Kiffin and the Trojans.

The old adage, "the rich keep getting get richer," couldn't be more true here.

The facility, which was dedicated to legendary USC coach John McKay, is 110,000-square feet of architectural beauty. McKay won four national titles while at USC (1962, 1967, 1972, 1974), before taking over as Athletic Director for the Trojans from 1972-75. He then jumped to the NFL, where he coached the Tampa Bay Buccaneers from 1976-84.

The new facility houses offices and meeting rooms for the football program, an underground practice field, luxurious locker rooms, an immense weight room, a training room and several high-def displays paying homage to the Trojan's rich athletic history.

USC couldn't be making a bigger return to the college football world after a two-year probation. The Trojans are the preseason No. 1 team, according to the Associated Press, and now "sport" one of the top athletic facilities in the entire country (professional or NCAA). It's a good time to be a Trojan.

Previous Next

Introducing the John McKay Center

Introducing the John McKay Center
Kirby Lee/Image of Sport-US PRESSWIRE

Southern Cal just stepped into the 21st century with the unveiling of a brand new, $70 million athletic facility. As if it wasn't already easy enough to sell recruits on playing in the sun-drenched SoCal lifestyle, now it is going to be a cake-walk for head coach Lane Kiffin and the Trojans.

The old adage, "the rich keep getting get richer," couldn't be more true here.

The facility, which was dedicated to legendary USC coach John McKay, is 110,000-square feet of architectural beauty. McKay won four national titles while at USC (1962, 1967, 1972, 1974), before taking over as Athletic Director for the Trojans from 1972-75. He then jumped to the NFL, where he coached the Tampa Bay Buccaneers from 1976-84.

The new facility houses offices and meeting rooms for the football program, an underground practice field, luxurious locker rooms, an immense weight room, a training room and several high-def displays paying homage to the Trojan's rich athletic history.

USC couldn't be making a bigger return to the college football world after a two-year probation. The Trojans are the preseason No. 1 team, according to the Associated Press, and now "sport" one of the top athletic facilities in the entire country (professional or NCAA). It's a good time to be a Trojan.

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