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ASU loss comes down to Wilcox


I don’t remember what happened to the Trojans this weekend, and no, it’s not for the reason most folks would expect of a college student on game day. It’s because in the rush of having to step on the field to interview players, tweeting out the final result of USC’s game against ASU (which I […]

NFL draft prospects: USC at the NFL Combine


The dog days of spring — so-called because of the lack of football — are upon us. But, for the die-hard fans out there, there’s still something to keep you going through the long, gameless weeks: The NFL draft. Several Trojans are in the mix this spring, and through the East/West Shrine Game, the Senior […]

Soundboard: NFL Draft


Columnist Jordyn Holman asked the USC community on their thoughts about Trojans Marqise Lee and Dion Bailey entering the NFL Draft, as well as their expectations for next fall’s football season. Follow Jordyn Holman and Razan Al Marzouqi on Twitter. Follow us @dailytrojan.

Bruins limp into rivalry matchup


A year ago, each team involved in the historic USC-UCLA  rivalry came into the schools’ annual showdown on very different terms. One side had been sparked by a new coach who had brought a renewed sense of energy to the team. Even with a first-year starter at quarterback, they were six games over .500 (8-2) and […]

USC beats Buffs, but eliminated from Pac-12 race


One week after toppling then-No. 5 Stanford behind an unusually powerful passing attack, the Trojans returned to a ground-and-pound strategy headed by redshirt sophomore running back Javorius “Buck” Allen on Saturday night to convincingly beat Colorado 47-29. USC (9-3, 6-2), however, was still eliminated from the Pac-12 South division title race as Arizona State defeated UCLA 38-33 […]

Stanford win erases pain of past defeats


As co-sports editor of the Daily Trojan, I generally find it quite easy to separate my duties as an unbiased reporter and fan loyalties as a USC student. I usually cover every home football game from the press box as an impartial observer, and don’t take too much pleasure in a Trojan win or experience […]

Injuries will help USC prep for future


It’s a well-known fact by now that the scholarship restrictions placed on USC in wake of the Reggie Bush scandal have severely handicapped the Trojans this season. According to the participation chart released to the media by USC’s athletics department, the Trojans used 41 scholarship players and 10 walk-ons during Saturday’s game against Utah. Now, […]