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Trojans need to order up blitzes


It’s been a couple of weeks since I could write that USC won, but Saturday’s 38-17 beatdown of Arizona State finally allows me to be optimistic. The Trojans now sit at 7-3 and can win the Pac-12 South with a victory against UCLA next weekend at the Rose Bowl. Yeah, USC put up 38 points. […]

From the archives: Game to be televised nationally


Original Date of Publication: Sept. 18, 1951 SC and the National Broadcasting company have combined to achieve television history with the announcement yesterday that the Trojan-Notre Dame football game, Dec. 1 in Memorial Coliseum, will be televised coast-to-coast over the new microwave relay system. The “live” telecast will be the first to emanate from Los […]

A weekend guide to college football


USC’s archrival Notre Dame faces Navy in Dublin, in the Emerald Isle Classic on Saturday. Former Trojan running back Amir Carlisle, who transferred to the program last January and is eligible to play immediately after his hardship waiver was approved, will not play in the game due to injury. The Fighting Irish will also be […]

Women of Troy win big at weekend invitational


No. 5 USC women’s rowing continued their hot start to the season, winning seven of their eight races at the Stanford Women’s Invitational on Saturday against no. 11 Stanford, no. 15 Michigan State and no. 17 Notre Dame. The varsity eight boat started the morning by posting the fastest time of the day (6:21.2), beating […]

USC splits games in Bahamas tournament


The Women of Troy earned third-place in the Freeport division of the Junkanoo Jam in the Bahamas over Thanksgiving break, defeating Gardner-Webb 82-41 after falling to No. 3 Notre Dame 80-58 in the opener. The victory Saturday night over the Running Bulldogs snapped a three-game losing streak for USC (2-3), who had already played two […]

Trojans make a splash in Eugene


The most meaningless phrase you heard over the last week was that USC’s matchup at Oregon was its bowl game. It’s not because it’s a faulty premise — far from it. It’s because it’s been uttered before. When USC traveled to South Bend, Ind., to face Notre Dame in mid-October, that was its bowl game. […]

Golden days relevant once again


I remember USC throttling opponents, stepping on their throats relentlessly. The offense was unstoppable. The defense was stifling. Last weekend I thought I was dreaming, really. It was almost like yesteryear. The USC offense stormed out of the gates on offense against Notre Dame, moving the ball almost seamlessly, having its way against its opponent and […]