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Ivan Lewis likes this USC team coming into camp.

It's been seven months since Ivan Lewis arrived to put into play his plan for improving this USC team's strength and conditioning levels. he thinks they're getting there. But there's much more to do.

Ivan Lewis likes this USC team. Likes the way it competes. The way it wants to get better. The way it reminds him of those Trojans teams that won three straight Rose Bowls and Pac-12 titles when he was here the first time around. That's when he was assisting strength and conditioning boss Chris Carlisle, who's "at the top of my list," Lewis says of the inner circle of coaches he admires and calls...

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