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USC is unable to cool off a hot-shooting UCLA in a 75-59 defeat at the Galen Center.
The Trojans struggle down the stretch and squander a 15-point second-half lead.
USC dropped all three of its matchups against the UCLA Bruins last season.
AD Pat Haden has promised to turn the USC men’s basketball program into a winner — and we should believe in him. When the Trojan basketball team was defeated by No. 6 Arizona on Saturday, it definitely hurt. USC is a school accustomed to high standards in all facets of performance, be they academic, artistic […]
USC was outgunned from the opening tip in its worst offensive performance this year.
USC takes its talents to Tempe to face a Sun Devils squad that sits just ahead in the Pac-12.
USC nearly overcame a 19-point deficit against No. 25 San Diego State on Sunday.
Trojans square off against Long Beach State at 6:30 p.m. at the Galen Center.
The USC men’s basketball team received a big boost right before the season opener against Coppin State, when 7-foot-two-inch transfer center Omar Oraby was granted a hardship waiver by the NCAA. Hardship waivers are requested when a player wishes to override the standard one-year waiting period for transfers due to mitigating personal circumstances. USC applied […]
Eight days away from its season opener, USC men’s basketball still has work to do.