The biggest sporting event in the world was postponed until next summer, which should speak volumes about the severity of the coronavirus pandemic.
After a yearlong hiatus that saw the program fall out of the national spotlight for at least 55 different reasons, the Trojans have returned solidly to form and have sent an unmistakable message to the college football world: USC is ready to “Take Back the West.”
It’s a reality we might have to accept, and from a purely wins-and-losses standpoint, it might not be the worst thing for USC.
If more high-profile prospects spurn the NCAA, college basketball might just return back to what made the league so great in the first place.
It was a perfect storm that allowed Kedon Slovis to take over the driver’s seat for the starting role, and very little of that storm is due to Daniels’ play.
As a result of the trading moves that different teams have made, football fans can expect to see a very different NFL landscape next season.
The truest mark of resilience is the ability to make something horrible work in your favor. The NBA has the opportunity to do just that as the end of its season continues to be postponed by the coronavirus pandemic.
I’ve been doing some reminiscing on some of the craziest, most memorable games I’ve attended since coming to USC in August 2018. Here are a few of those.
Say what you will about Medicare for All, free college or Castro-era literacy programs, but when it comes to sports alone — that singular unifying aspect of American life that both coastal elites and red-state rednecks can bond over— Sanders was your man.
Despite all of MLB's shortcomings when it comes to spreading the game, it might get bailed out by the unlikeliest of catalysts: the coronavirus pandemic.