Cavs Practice to USC Fight Song

By: Dave Strumpf
By: Dave Strumpf

March 31, 2008

The University of Southern California fight song represents one of the best programs in college football history. It represents 11 National Titles, 23 Rose Bowl wins, and a team that is 70--8 since 2002.
The song represents the Cavaliers' next opponent, and it's a fight song Al Groh's 'Hoos can't get enough of.

Since Spring Camp started more than a week ago, parts of the Cavaliers' practice has been to the tune of "Fight On," USC's fight song. Al Groh has blasted it on the speakers as a constant reminder of what looms ahead. The Trojans, who could be number one in the preseason polls, visit Scott Stadium on August 30th. The players say it gives them motivation, with the game 151 days away.


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