The sheer excitement this team brings to the table is enough to make the most casual viewer sit on the edge of their seat.
USC fans love to talk about their love of the Trojan Family. It’s our tagline, our mantra, our sense of pride.
Sports bring people together. Two people who are completely different can be united by their bond over a team. Sports can spark conversations that otherwise would not have happened. It is the ultimate unifier.
Sure, anyone who takes a major head coaching job in college or professional sports is disposed to scrutiny, but few have felt the burns from being under the magnifying glass of public opinion quite like Helton.
Here are three things that Saturday’s loss added to the accumulating list of horrors this season has produced thus far.
As Floyd Mayweather once said, “A true champion can adapt to anything.”
Los Angeles has too many sports teams.
I’d like to focus on the positives of USC football — like its former players who are no longer hamstrung by an inept coaching staff.
But unlike his predecessor, the primary similarity I see between Daniels and Darnold is their tragic knack for inaccurate passes and turnovers.
It wasn’t worth watching or listening to anyway.