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COLUMN: USC can’t mess up coaching search


The Trojans battled hard on the road against No. 14 Notre Dame but came up just short. In the end, the Trojans were simply outcoached. After scoring 24 first half points, the Trojans managed only seven points in the second half, while being outscored 17-0 in the fourth quarter. Notre Dame head coach Brian Kelly […]

USC has produced exciting moments


When I first applied to USC in the fall of 2009, I figured I was applying to a school that would continue its athletic dominance — specifically in football — across my four years in college. Pete Carroll was still the head football coach and a freshman phenom named Matt Barkley was showcasing the promise […]

USC has reason to be hopeful next year


With just two practices and the spring game left before USC football hits pause until fall camp, there’s a new hype surrounding the team. It’s not the pressure and hype of 2012, nor is it the skepticism of 2013. It’s a feeling that, partly due to consistent dominance and partly due to constantly inflated expectations, […]

USG raffles off tickets for event featuring former USC head football coach Pete Carroll


Pete Carroll, former USC head football coach and current head coach of the Seattle Seahawks, will return to USC Wednesday, Feb. 26 from 6 to 8 p.m. to discuss his new book, Win Forever, at Bovard Auditorium, according to Asher Genoot, assistant director of Elections and Recruitment for Undergraduate Student Government. Carroll was the head coach of the Trojan […]

November games can determine success


As the cliché goes, “The games you remember are played in November.” And if you’ve followed USC football — or college football in general — even peripherally for the last decade or so, you’ve heard the stat: Pete Carroll’s USC Trojans were 29-1 in the month of November throughout his illustrious tenure. It actually is […]