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COLUMN: Kessler holds the key for the Trojans

We’ve known since the blowout win over Utah that USC was one Ute loss away from controlling its own destiny in the hunt for the Pac-12 South title. After handing Utah its first loss of the season, we’ve patiently waited for another Pac-12 team to beat the Utes, and finally, one day after the Trojans […]

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Features: What actually happens behind the scenes

It’s around 5 p.m. on a Thursday night, and there are powerful voices blaring through a microphone speaker echoing through McCarthy Quad. Several workers’ union protesters are aligned in a circle urging passersby to acknowledge their need for higher compensation. While several students stop to join the crowd, others simply laugh, snapchatting or taking photos […]

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COLUMN: Helton is making case for head coach

With only one loss on his record, interim head coach Clay Helton is making his case for the permanent head coaching position, and it seems to get stronger every week. Helton started his campaign with a loss, but that was a well-played game against a team that the AP poll currently lists as the No. […]

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COLUMN: Kessler missing last year’s confidence

Before the season started, I wrote a column about how Cody Kessler is the most underrated quarterback in college football. At the time, I was basing my opinion on Kessler’s performance last season when he completed 69.7 percent of his passes and had 39 touchdowns to just five interceptions. Kessler likely flew under the radar […]

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Trojans only missing leadership

USC is the most frustrating football team in the country. Saturday’s dominant win against Utah further reinforced that notion. A 42-24 blowout over the No. 3 team in the country shows just how good the Trojans are but is also a painful reminder of what could have been. USC left everything out on the field […]

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COLUMN: Pac-12 led by consistent teams

If you showed me the current college football rankings at the beginning of the season, I would never have believed you. We have seen some crazy wins this year, most recently and probably the craziest win we’ll see all season in last week’s Michigan State win over Michigan on a fumbled punt return as time […]

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Eli’s DT 4-1-1: Week of 10/12

USC News Sark Sacked: On Monday, USC Athletic Director Pat Haden fired head football coach Steve Sarkisian. His forced leave of absence after he didn’t show up to practice on Sunday was short-lived. Haden deemed Sark unhealthy after several incidents showed the coach had a drinking problem. Offensive coordinator Clay Helton will take over as […]

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COLUMN: Sarkisian deserves respect at this time

Come on now, Trojans. I know that we pride ourselves on being the school that everyone loves to hate, and we have more rivalries than you can count on one hand, but when one of our own is struggling, it’s hardly a cause for celebration. You might not agree with his coaching style, and you […]

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Kessler lacks duality

Something unheard of happened this weekend. Something we haven’t seen all year; in fact, something we haven’t seen since last December. Cody Kessler threw an interception. It was early in the first quarter. It turned out to be inconsequential in USC’s 42-14 win over Arizona State. But it’s still a noteworthy blemish on an otherwise […]

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Kessler’s record season unnoticed

It’s not often that a quarterback completes nearly 70 percent of his passes, throws 39 touchdowns to just five interceptions, racks up nearly 4,000 yards and still goes as unnoticed as Cody Kessler. Those were Kessler’s numbers last season when his team went 9-4, so Kessler flying under the radar could be attributed to him […]