The University is in shambles. For the past two years, USC has been on a runaway roller coaster.
But this week, unfortunately, the rush of recent news overshadowed an event that often gets pushed to the back burner of sports media.
This year’s NCAA men’s basketball tournament has some intriguing matchups that will determine who will participate in the Final Four.
USC is no stranger to scandals and controversy, and its athletics department is not immune.
Friends and family, it’s almost World Cup season.
With spring football just around the corner, Harrell is tasked with revitalizing a dormant USC offense hamstrung by inexperience, a lack of discipline and nonsensical play-calling.
The catch-22, though, is this: None of those players are worth the contracts they signed.
For $330 million over 13 years, Harper will anchor the outfield at Citizens Bank Park in Philadelphia.
You can learn everything you need to know about the Los Angeles Football Club within five minutes of stepping foot in its stadium.
If Duke makes the Final Four in this year’s March Madness, and Williamson is healthy and playing, I’m confident the tournament will have its highest television ratings of the decade because people want to see what he will do next.