Every University of Southern Califonia football player must meet with school compliance officials by the end of next week, in what looks to be the school's latest effort to curtail possible NCAA-outlawed activities for its student-athletes.
A notice posted in multiple locations around USC athletics headquarters Heritage Hall reminds players to bring current copies of their housing lease, car-related data and summer and academic year employment information to the meetings.
The first of the meetings -- for wide receivers, tight ends and offensive linemen -- was scheduled for Tuesday morning in the Heritage Hall auditorium. Defensive linemen and quarterbacks will meet with compliance officials Thursday morning.
The meetings will continue until July 22.
Pedro Moura is the author of the USC blog for ESPNLosAngeles.com