After the NCAA softened its stance against Penn State, will USC see its sanctions reduced?
USC Athletic Director Pat Haden and Vice President for Athletic Compliance Dave Roberts met with National Collegiate Athletic Association President Mark Emmert Wednesday following the NCAA’s announcement that it would reduce sanctions against Penn State. “After learning of the NCAA’s actions on Tuesday regarding Penn State and the lessening of the sanctions that were imposed on that institution, when […]
Jordan Marada and Jamie Fink scored for the Women of Troy in a 2-0 win over the Owls.
The Women of Troy went 17-1 at the home in 2012 and have won their last 10 matches.
Don’t believe everything you read. At least, that’s how the saying goes. Because if you read statistics about USC’s defense in 2013, you would believe that the Trojans had one of the top defensive units in all of college football. So far this season, USC ranks eighth in the nation in points per game allowed […]
In its first two home matches, USC lost to Pepperdine before defeating Loyola Maramount.
It always used to go something like this: USC would play two or three nonconference games and then shift over to conference play, not facing an opponent outside of the Pac-10 for the rest of the season, save for Notre Dame. It had a sort of fluidity to it. Though those nonconference games counted in […]
June 10, 2010 is when it all started. That was the day the NCAA handed down some of the stiffest and most stringent penalties of all time in its sanctions against the USC football program. That was when I became skeptical about the integrity and questionable motives of the NCAA as an institution. Looking back, […]
The Women of Troy trounce the field at the Mortar Board Premier Tournament.
The trio of USC water polo stars hopes to build upon its historic 2012-13 performance.