Trojan athletes receive end-of-season awards

Athletes and coaches from the lacrosse and track and field team were recognized.

USC proves ‘Fight On’ spirit over the years

The Men and Women of Troy have overcome adversity throughout the decades.

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USC women’s beach volleyball prepares for Pac-12 Tournament

Following a solid season, the Women of Troy will play the ASU Sun Devils.

Senior awarded as Beach Volleyball Scholar-Athlete

Jo Kremer follows Nicolette Martin as the second USC player in a row to win it.

USC out of MPSF Playoffs

BYU ended USC’s unlikely post-season run, sweeping the underdog Trojans 3-0.

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No end in sight for UCLA’s misery

This Saturday, I went over to the dark side: I went to a UCLA football game that didn’t involve USC. A friend of mine offered me a ticket to the Bruins’ game against Oregon, and with the Trojans enjoying their bye week, I decided to take the opportunity to see how the other half lives. […]

Former runner’s life anything but ordinary

At first glance, you can tell there’s something special — something different — about Louis Zamperini. He wears a cardinal USC hat and is 92 years old, but he’ll forgive you for thinking he’s 60. Most men his age are confined to their homes, but you can tell that Zamperini doesn’t live that life. In […]

In search of storylines during a USC bye week

Today is a tough day for columnists. It’s the Thursday before an open Saturday and after a statement Saturday. In laymen’s terms: USC doesn’t play this Saturday. And last Saturday, the Trojans silenced all the critics. Can the defense handle the Heisman front-runner Jahvid Best? Yes. He’s now on the Heisman backburner. Can the offense […]

Q&A: The Pac-10

Football writer Michael Middlehurst-Schwartz breaks down the Pac-10. With the potential return of LeGarrette Blount, will Oregon be able to contend with USC for a Pac-10 championship this year? Pundits change their minds about Oregon more often than the Ducks change their uniforms. After the Boise State debacle, the multicolored crew seemed destined for a […]

You don’t need a canvas to make art

Sports are an art. They really are. Sometimes we lose sight of that, with our focus as fans going toward making the playoffs or qualifying for the national championship game. We forget why we were attracted to sports in the first place. Plain and simple, it’s because the things athletes can do with their feet, […]