Steve Sarkisian files wrongful termination lawsuit against USC

Former USC head coach Steve Sarkisian has filed a wrongful termination lawsuit against the University. The 31-page complaint filed in Los Angeles County Superior Court on Monday said that USC fired Sarkisian and “kicked him to the curb”, rather than supporting him “when he needed its help the most,” while suffering from alcoholism in October. […]

Trojans fall to UCLA in NCAA title match for second straight year

The men’s water polo team marched into the 2015 NCAA championship game on Sunday in Westwood looking to take back the title from UCLA, but ultimately came up short in a 10-7 defeat as the Bruins claimed their second consecutive national crown. Coming into the game 0-3 this season against the Bruins, the Trojans eyed […]

Helton dismisses four assistant coaches following Pac-12 Championship loss

Not even a full day has passed since the Trojans fell to Stanford in the Pac-12 title game, and head coach Clay Helton is already making major changes to his coaching staff. On Sunday, Helton announced the firings of four assistant coaches including defensive coordinator Justin Wilcox, defensive line coach Chris Wilson, defensive backs coach […]

McCaffrey-led Cardinal power their way past USC for Pac-12 title

The Trojans had no answer for Stanford running back Christian McCaffrey, who set a new mark for the most all-purpose yards by a Cardinal player in a single game during Saturday night’s Pac-12 title match. The sophomore Heisman Trophy hopeful racked up 461 total yards en route to breaking Barry Sanders’ single-season all-purpose yards record and leading the […]

College Football Pick’em: Week of 11/30

Hello everyone, I apologize for the lack of an article last week. Trying to eat as much turkey and stuffing as my stomach could handle magically affected my memory. I blame the tryptophan. But enough excuses, it’s the final week of the regular season. The moment we’ve all been waiting for. Five conference championship games. […]

Thanksgiving with my Trojan Family

This Thanksgiving, I chose to stay in Los Angeles instead of going home to Seattle. Though it would have been amazing to see my family and sleep in my own bed for a few days, I felt like I just had to soak up my senior year and experience “College Friendsgiving” for the first and […]

Home for the holidays as a freshman

There is a lot of hype over coming home for the first time as a freshman. Some come back from across the country, excited to finally sleep in their own bed after traveling on two planes, two busses and an Uber. Some just have a quick (or not so quick due to obscene amounts of […]

A Dutch Girl at USC: My first American Thanksgiving

Ever since I started my exchange semester here at USC, I have been super excited to experience a real Thanksgiving with the American branch of my family. After a sketchy Greyhound bus ride to Las Vegas — during which the bus driver and a woman started yelling at each other and security had to escort […]