Cregg talks the state of the offensive line

More than halfway through the 15 scheduled spring practices, the Trojans' offensive linemen are finally meshing as a unit — but they're still far from where they want to be, according to offensive line coach James Cregg. Cregg, in his first season at USC after one season at Tennessee, said Thursday he is pleased with the performances of his linemen this spring. He also talked about his expectations for center Kristofer O'Dowd and left tackle Matt Kalil, seeing his players play in spite of being banged up, and unexpected performances from players like center Abe Markowitz: