Tag Archive for: Chris Galippo
Though a contradictory figure of speech by definition, oxymorons infiltrate our everyday language. We have the tried-and-true cliches — overused literary paradoxes like “deafening silence” and “sweet sorrow.” We also spread them unwittingly at every turn, with common verbiage such as “act naturally” and “dull roar.” After scanning the 2013 football depth chart released last […]
The team’s success in recruiting has not correlated with its on-field play. Euno Lee presents his counterpoint tomorrow.
Having voluntarily or forcibly exhausted their eligibility, several players from 2011 will get a chance to shine in front of scouts.
CUSHING, TEXANS ADVANCE IN PLAYOFFS Former USC linebacker Brian Cushing has led the Houston Texans to the playoffs for the first time in franchise history. Cushing, during his career as a Trojan from 2005-2008, was an All-American and All-Conference performer. He was also a finalist for the Butkus Award in 2008, given annually to the […]
The USC senior class, though lacking star power, anchored an inexperienced roster.
In its last matchup against Washington, USC allowed two touchdowns in a 23-point win.
Redshirt sophomore cornerback Torin Harris and freshman tailback George Farmer remain sidelined with injuries. Sophomore wide receiver Robert Woods (sophomore) returned to practice. Woods, freshman wide receiver Marqise Lee and senior wide receiver Brandon Carswell were all in yellow no-contact jerseys, as was senior tailback Marc Tyler. Freshman kicker Andre Heidari resumed kicking in practice […]
The Trojans will face one of the nation’s top signal callers and offenses at home this weekend.
USC has won its last two games over California and Notre Dame by a combined 35 points.
The senior linebacker said Notre Dame ‘quit’ in the waning minutes Saturday.