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My first memory of USC football isn’t very inspiring; it’s of former Kansas State standout Terrence Newman streaking down the sideline to score on a blocked point after touchdown attempt from USC kicker David Davis. USC ultimately lost that game 27-20, and I’ll never forget my dad, a diehard fan, lamenting the loss as typical […]
It always used to go something like this: USC would play two or three nonconference games and then shift over to conference play, not facing an opponent outside of the Pac-10 for the rest of the season, save for Notre Dame. It had a sort of fluidity to it. Though those nonconference games counted in […]
A three-year starter, redshirt senior center Khaled Holmes has his hands on every play.
The former USC stars were taken in the third round of Monday’s annual draft.
After taking two of three from No. 2 Oregon State, USC looks to close season on a high note.
Statistically, USC’s defense was among the worst in school history last season.
The Women of Troy had their hands full against California, Stanford.
It’s that time of year again: Small yet noticeable billboards adorn the L.A. Live plaza, promoting the Pac-10’s annual postseason basketball celebration, which kicks off this afternoon. The difference in this year’s tournament billboard, however, is that images of UCLA’s Tyler Honeycutt and Washington’s Isaiah Thomas are paired with a few unfamiliar characters. Along with […]
Junior forward Nikola Vucevic was named to the All-Pac-10 first team on Monday as well.
With victory at Washington, the Trojans end their season by winning five of last six games.