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With every Major League Baseball team but the Dodgers and Diamondbacks kicking off their season on March 30 and last minute Fantasy Drafts coming even earlier, round out your picks for corner infielders and middle infielders, with some of the best sleepers in the remaining positions. Left Field Of all the outfield spots, and really any […]
Cynthia Cooper-Dyke has revitalized the Women of Troy.
ESPN College GameDay took over USC early Saturday morning, hosting their show live for the first time from McCarthy Quad. Students arrived ready with their signs an hour early, despite the 6 AM broadcast time. Photos by Ralf Cheung […]
When the dust finally settled on national signing day, there was plenty to talk about. Between watching ESPN’s all-day coverage and scrolling through thousands of Twitter posts, there was never a dull moment in tracking the decision-making process of the nation’s top high school football players. National signing day has been in existence for decades, […]
I’ve been a little under the weather lately, to be quite honest. It’s flu season, and on a college campus that kind of stuff spreads pretty quickly. Everyone’s coughing or sneezing or chugging DayQuil. The flu can kind of get to your brain, too, and mash things up a little. Sometimes it’s hard to tell […]
It’s been quite the whirlwind in the world of social media this past week, especially in the collegiate ranks. Last Wednesday, Deadspin reported that Notre Dame’s star linebacker Manti Te’o had been involved in a massive hoax that took place over the phone and in the Twittersphere. Te’o became the face of college football in […]
It’s been more than two weeks since USC finished its disastrous 2012 season. But the news just keeps getting worse. On Wednesday, ESPN Los Angeles reported that sources told them a fight took place after the Trojans lost to Georgia Tech 21-7 in the Sun Bowl on Dec. 31. An anonymous player said the scene […]
Coach Lane Kiffin and senior quarterback Matt Barkley deny allegations of a brawl.
The sophomore sensation was named a finalist for the Walter Camp Award on Wednesday.
The sophomore star leads the Football Bowl Subdivison in receiving yards and receptions.