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McCaffrey-led Cardinal power their way past USC for Pac-12 title


The Trojans had no answer for Stanford running back Christian McCaffrey, who set a new mark for the most all-purpose yards by a Cardinal player in a single game during Saturday night’s Pac-12 title match. The sophomore Heisman Trophy hopeful racked up 461 total yards en route to breaking Barry Sanders’ single-season all-purpose yards record and leading the […]

Crosstown rivalry thrives in the spotlight


With one week remaining in the regular season, the participants for the 2013 Pac-12 championship game have been determined — and neither the Bruins nor the Trojans made the cut. Stanford and Arizona State will do battle with a berth to the 100th Rose Bowl Game. Unlike last season, this year’s rendition of the Battle […]

Trojans can get back into the BCS equation


By now, you’ve likely heard a pundit mention that one team or another controls its own destiny. Just what does it need to do? Run the table. This is college football speak. This has been uttered before. This is hackneyed. But this also pertains to USC. What this means is: If a team can win […]

No. 4 Women of Troy prepare for Pac-12 Championship


Coming off of a monumental win against No. 1 UCLA, the No. 4 USC women’s tennis team defend their regular season Pac-12 title this weekend in Ojai, Calif. for the Pac-12 Championship. “If we do well this weekend it’s great, but if we falter it’s not a huge deal,” USC coach Richard Gallien said. “It […]

Young talent can combat sanctions


It’s easy to get caught thinking that last Saturday’s 50-0 trouncing of UCLA marked the end of USC’s probationary period. With the win, the team ended a two-year period of bowl ineligibility — a sizable weight off the Trojans’ shoulders. USC can now play for a national championship and be ranked in the BCS, something […]