This semester, I’m taking a communication course titled “Sports and Social Change.” No, it’s not an “easy A.” People are always wrongly mislabeling the communication major as the token student-athlete major, which in itself is pretty unfair. As the spring semester has continued, this class exposed me to concepts within the realm of society and […]
USC’s loss on Saturday night to Oregon perfectly captures the current state of the men’s basketball program. The Trojans have climbed their way out of the conference basement cellar and are now entrenched as a respectable upper-tier — but not yet elite — team in the Pac-12. Saturday night proved this as the Trojans went […]
While sports journalism is my specialty, I consider myself a journalist first, as do many fellow sports media members that I follow on Twitter.
Men’s basketball welcomes the Oregon schools to Los Angeles this week riding a four-game winning run. Though the Beavers and No. 5 Ducks will aim to snap it in the coming days, the Trojans’ current three-week streak has impressed me even more than their 14 consecutive victories to open the season: USC could have easily […]
Anyone who watched this year’s season can agree that we’ve officially ushered in a new era: the Clay Helton era of USC football
Angel Viscarra writes about the Tom Brady's performance in the Super Bowl.
Wednesday was a monumental day for the USC football program. Any time the Trojans can finish in the top five of recruiting rankings, it is a successful National Signing Day, but this one had extra significance. First and foremost, Clay Helton has proven that he is no step down from previous coaches on the recruiting […]
Last September, on a damp, dreary Friday night in Salt Lake City, Clay Helton squeezed into a tiny room in the bowels of Rice-Eccles Stadium after a devastating, nail-biting loss — one that dropped his team to 1-3 — and answered questions from the media. The head coach lamented how the win slipped away, how […]
Say what you want about Tom Brady’s alleged on-field transgressions, but at least they were indeed on the field.
I used to think Steph Curry ruined basketball. He was too much of a show-off. He sank those deep-ball 3-pointers that arced high enough to kiss the rafters of Oracle Arena before splashing without even skimming the rim. His touch was special enough or just downright lucky enough to ensure success for his Golden State Warriors, […]