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Topic - Allen Alexander Bradford
Tampa Bay strongside linebacker Quincy Black is inactive for Sunday's game against the Atlanta Falcons, giving backup Dakoda Watson his second career NFL start.
Marc Tyler will be the starting running back for Southern California's season opener against Hawaii on Thursday.
Something was missing for Southern California coach Lane Kiffin in his first practice of training camp, and it wasn't the fans that once lined the Trojans' practice field.
"The only way we're going to be able to express ourselves is to win 13 games," tailback Allen Bradford said. "We know it's going to be difficult this year. You can't just go half-speed because there aren't any fans out here at practice anymore. You can't rely on fans to get you going. We're playing for a tradition. We're playing for a school. We're playing for ourselves."
"Everybody is coming out here and trying to get that jump," said Bradford, who has the early lead on the race to be the Trojans' starting tailback.