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Despite a late run by Arizona State, the Trojans were able to hold on for a last-second win.
Before Saturday’s game against Arizona State, USC’s men’s basketball team will honor its five seniors before their final home game of their Trojan careers. Five names will be called, but the day will really belong to one player in particular. Senior point guard Jio Fontan knows plenty about the highs and lows of Division I […]
In the minutes prior to tipoff between the USC men’s basketball team and UCLA on Sunday afternoon, the Galen Center video board flashed a montage of highlights from the Trojans’ upset win over the Bruins on Jan. 30. It showed flashy dunks and some last-minute free throws, preserving the victory in the minds of fans. […]
USC is unable to cool off a hot-shooting UCLA in a 75-59 defeat at the Galen Center.
The Trojans struggle down the stretch and squander a 15-point second-half lead.
This one had all the signs of a crushing Trojan loss. USC blew a six-point lead in the final two minutes, traveled and bricked two free throws in the final 30 seconds. The Trojans gave the Stanford Cardinal the final possession with a chance to win a game they had never trailed in the second […]
USC gears up for a pivotal road trip with hopes to extend its three-game win streak.
The redshirt junior suffered a fractured left thumb and is expected to miss three weeks.
USC has now won its last three games and is tied for fifth place in the Pac-12.
In the words of USC coach Bob Cantu, the Trojans “stayed the course.” After an offensive vacuum sucked up both teams’ productivity midway through the second half, the Trojans (10-13, 5-5 in Pac-12 play) capitalized on their opportunities down the stretch and hit a wave of late free throws to pull away for a 72-68 […]