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Track and field teams prepare for indoor challenge


With a strong performance to begin the season at the New Balance Collegiate Invitational in New York, the men’s and women’s track and field teams continue to prepare for the upcoming Texas A&M Challenge, which will take place Saturday. The teams are seeking to prove themselves against the toughest indoor track competitors nationwide. USC has traditionally […]

Women of Troy fighting setbacks


It happened almost in an instant. A promising career derailed yet again by another injury.  Senior guard Jacki Gemelos tore  her anterior cruciate ligament against Texas A&M back in mid-December. Another season lost, another surgery and another year of rehab. This was supposed to be the year the USC women’s basketball team took the next […]

NCAA Digest


SEC has no plans to add 14th team to conference   After officially welcoming Texas A&M as the 13th member of the Southeastern Conference last week, commissioner Mike Slive is attempting to quell speculation about the possibility of a 14th conference member. Texas A&M will officially join the SEC next July for the 2012-2013 season, […]

Realignment wouldn’t benefit USC in long run


At approximately 4:37 p.m. Saturday, either USC placekicker Andre Heidari or his Utah counterpart Nick Marsh will send a commemorative football soaring high into the late afternoon Los Angeles sky, officially beginning the first game in Pac-12 history. By that time, however, the Pac-12 might already be a thing of the past. Rumors are swirling […]

More to the media than meets the eye


You might not agree with what appears in the paper today, but at least you have the opportunity to read it. That’s more than the students at some schools can say. At Texas A&M University-Commerce two weeks ago, a group of football players stole every copy of the campus newspaper because it contained a front-page […]