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Covering USC has been a wild journey

As it becomes time for many — fans, analysts, coaches and players — to reflect on the past football season, it also becomes time for me to reflect on not only the past football season but also the last year, as my tenure as the sports editor of the Daily Trojan has come to an […]

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USC’s brand remains strong

While USC’s latest ranking at No. 13 in the College Football Playoff is impressive, there are two things that are still quite frustrating about the whole situation. First of all, and most importantly, the Trojans don’t control their own destiny. Second, the CFP rankings are already inconsistent and filled with human bias. Despite the hand […]

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Trojans will enter a critical phase

For a few sweet weeks, football and basketball season will overlap. Starting on Friday, the men’s basketball team starts their next March Madness campaign. This Saturday, the football team has the chance to pull off one of the greatest upsets of this season when they face the potentially playoff-bound No. 4 Washington Huskies. As these […]

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Student-athletes need more class time

In the argument of student-athlete compensation, one side generally defends the current system saying that these athletes are getting their tuition paid for and that is a huge sum of money. Of course, not all college athletes are on a full-ride scholarship, but for those that are; their scholarship doesn’t achieve its full value. Student-athletes […]

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Students faced with an unfair Thursday

The bane of the football season has arrived. It’s the Thursday night game — something few love and many despise. I fall into the majority on this one, and I think that playing a football game in the Coliseum on a Thursday isn’t fair to the students or a good idea. The Thursday night football […]

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Other sports can shine as football hits its bye week

As the panic of a weekend without USC football begins to set in, remember that even though it may not seem like it, there’s more to life than what happens in the Coliseum on Saturdays. If you are like me, you might even be glad there’s no football game this weekend. It allows you to […]

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Why doesn’t USC have Midnight Madness?

Deep into the weekly slug of college football, the routine has become monotonous. We have the weeklong predictions and analysis after nightly practices leading up to a full day dedicated to a game that lasts more than three hours. But luckily, we have a reprieve coming. Football season is filled with lots and lots of […]

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USC’s tough schedule is doing them no favors

Watching the football game from deep within the student section on Saturday, I was cautiously optimistic. There is no point in saying a trip to the Pac-12 Championship game is once again in reach, but at least USC has a chance to not be a losing team this year. When the beginning of the football […]

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Baseball miracles continue to abound

So often in sports, something completely unrelated to the playing field happens, and yet, because of the connectivity of this world, things come together in a way no one could have ever imagined. This week, the sports world was shaken by the sudden loss of Miami Marlins star pitcher José Fernández, who was killed in […]