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Men’s basketball prepares for final home series

USC looks to redeem itself from an early-season blowout loss to the Ducks.
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Baseball wins two games in season opener weekend

The Trojans finished with commanding wins over Nebraska Omaha at home.

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Featured: Volleyball

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Men’s volleyball faces two big road tests this week

The Trojans will have to play their best against two top teams in hostile territory.
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Volleyball opens MPSF play

The Trojans will host Grand Canyon to begin conference play Thursday night.

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Mays’ shift to NFL a difficult proposition


Congratulations on a stellar four-year career with USC, Taylor Mays. Now go ahead and play the opposite of your trademark style. That’s essentially the message that the Trojans’ star safety has been receiving this week as he practices for Saturday’s Senior Bowl in Mobile, Ala. Even though it’s difficult to glean too much from an […]

Johnson’s return to the field remarkable


The day that nobody thought would come is upon us. Well, almost nobody. “The day I had a doubt would have been the day I failed as a person,”  former USC running back Stafon Johnson told the Press-Register in Mobile, Ala. last week. “I knew I’d be back.” For the first time since carrying a […]

A weekend of promise for the Trojan faithful


Trojans fans had a lot to be excited about Saturday. The USC women’s basketball team pulled off its fourth straight comeback win, defeating Washington State 61-51 on the road. The victory gave the Women of Troy their best start in Pac-10 play (6-1) since the 2004-05 season. Also, the No. 1 USC men’s tennis team […]

The evolution of an alley-oop dunk


Now that was a little bit ridiculous. With six minutes left in Saturday’s game against Washington, USC had a comfortable lead and total control of the game. The score was 69-48, a few fans were starting to pile out of the Galen Center and an impressive win was seemingly on the way for USC. Then […]