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Sarkisian winning over his players


When former USC head coach Ed Orgeron sent in his resignation to Athletic Director Pat Haden, Trojan fans must have been experiencing that “Here we go again” feeling. Two months earlier, following a 21-point loss to Arizona State, Haden chose to make a coaching change midseason. Two months later, after USC’s 21-point loss to UCLA, […]

Food is not to be overlooked when organizing weddings


I recently had a strange epiphany: There is something about springtime that makes people fall in love as well as get engaged or tie the knot — at least that is what has been happening in my circle of friends. And quite frankly, it is starting to make me anxious. First, I spot engagement pictures on […]

The Galen Center has had its moments


Saturday marked the final home game of the 2013-14 season for the USC men’s basketball team, and with it the final home game I (and every other soon-to-be-graduate) will ever attend as a student. I must say, it’s been quite a ride. This is my third and final year at USC (I transferred in after […]

USC’s NFL hopefuls will find success


Rating the NFL Draft Combine prospects for the USC Trojans is a risky exercise — heck, rating the prospects of any draft hopeful is mired in speculation. But one can’t help but wonder how a certain player might perform at the next level. The Trojans have seen their share of NFL successes (Troy Polamalu, Brian […]

Now is the time for Trojan baseball


Throughout his truly remarkable and incomparable coaching career, legendary USC baseball coach Rod Dedeaux amassed more than 1,300 wins and brought home 11 national championships, figures that led to him being named the Coach of the 20th Century by Baseball America in 1999. Dedeaux coached dozens of future Major Leaguers, and the Trojans’ baseball program, […]

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.

Trojans tame Bulldogs to reach 10-win mark


USC vanquished its postseason demons from a year ago in a game filled with aggressive play-calling, passing prowess and sideline dances, as the Trojans (10-4) staked out an enormous first-half lead before cruising to the finish line in a 45-20 victory over Fresno State (11-2). After getting embarrassed by Georgia Tech 21-7 in last year’s […]