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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 Trojans’ quarterback battle remains unsettled as the team looks toward fall camp.
The four-star recruit became eligible to play last week but missed all of fall practice.
Senior quarterback Matt Barkley is unable to get in sync with his receivers and the defense forces several turnovers in the contest.
With increased playing time because of injuries, junior wide receiver De’Von Flournoy flourishes in new role.
With junior Robert Woods being sidelined, other wideouts are stepping up.
Candy Yee, an avid fan of all things Trojan, was a Helene and a member of Delta Phi when she attended USC.
The torrential rains of the last few days have not been a coincidence. They are a clear message from the college football gods, who know spring practice begins today: “We’re watching you.” USC is near the midway point of paying for its “sins” — and I use that word loosely, considering all the inconsistent rulings […]
What does it take to be No. 1? Apparently more than whatever USC junior cornerback T.J. Bryant and sophomore wide receiver De’Von Flournoy have been doing this spring. Lane Kiffin stripped the players of their jersey numbers (No. 1) last week because he felt they were not meeting the standard of the number set by […]