Tag Archive for: heisman

Lee named semifinalist for Biletnikoff Award

Marqise Lee, sophomore wide receiver for the Trojans, was named one of the 10 semifinalists for the Biletnikoff Award on Monday. The Biletnikoff is given at the end of the season to the top wide receiver in college football. Lee is joined by fellow Pac-12 receivers Brandin Cooks of Oregon State and Austin Hill of Arizona. In […]

Dynamic Marqise Lee deserves Heisman buzz

TUCSON, Ariz. — Well, we learned a lot of things Saturday about the Trojans. Most of them, unfortunately, weren’t so good. Senior quarterback Matt Barkley threw for 493 yards, a school record. But he threw two interceptions and missed a wide-open Robert Woods down the sideline that might have put the game out of reach […]

Questions to ponder during the spring

Don’t be fooled by the uncharacteristic heat wave that has been making its way through Southern California; it’s March, not August. Nonetheless, spring football is officially upon us, and this year the stakes are just a little bit higher. In previous years, spring football focused on ushering in a new coaching staff, postseason bans and […]

The enduring legacy of coach John McKay

As the completion of the John McKay Center nears, Trojan players and fans alike have a lot to be happy about. The new three-story athletic facility features 110,000 square feet of space which includes weight rooms, football offices and even an indoor practice field. Such facilities are vital in this era of college football, where […]