Lincoln Riley will call plays for some of college football's best skill-position players this season. Quarterback Caleb Williams, wide receiver Jordan Addison and running back Travis Dye all rank toward the top of their position groups nationally. The question of whether USC will be able to compete on a national level this season might come down to how well the Trojans fare along the offensive and defensive lines. And it's a question Riley believes the Trojans are well-prepared to answer. He spoke during Pac-12 media day late last week about creating strong offensive and defensive lines at USC.
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