Posts

Trojans split first two games of Maui Invitational


The Trojans split their first two games in the Maui Invitational this week, as they were routed 94-64 by Illinois on Monday night before bouncing back on Tuesday with a 59-53 overtime victory over Texas to advance to the tournament’s fifth-place game against Marquette. By no means did the Trojans (3-1) play a game of […]

J.T. Terrell could be the Trojans’ missing piece


CBS Sports rolled out a college basketball preview Monday, featuring predictions for All-American finalists and Final Four contenders, along with a list of the top 100 players in the country. The Pac-12, despite being uncharacteristically weak last season, has a fair number of athletes who could end the season with some serious accolades. UCLA alone […]

Trojans hold first official practice at Galen Center


Many teams across the country celebrated the opening day of official NCAA men’s basketball practices by hosting Midnight Madness pep rallies – often consisting of little more than dunk contests and three-point shootouts. USC, however, went through a grueling practice that lasted nearly three hours. “We want to make sure that we get straight to […]