2012 USC Trojans need to win big

We don’t have to look far for storylines from this year when it comes to USC’s athletic program. The overwhelming sentiment on campus remains: The football dynasty is back at last. In the aftermath of two disappointing nine-and-eight win seasons in 2009 and 2010, respectively, the departure of beloved coach Pete Carroll and sanctions levied […]

Historic stadium in need of upgrades

Stadiums don’t get much more historic than the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum. Host of two Olympic Games, two Super Bowls and the 1959 World Series, the Coliseum could make a strong claim to the title of America’s most storied sporting backdrop. It’s also true, however, that stadiums don’t get much more rundown than the Coliseum. […]

Summer lovin’

Keep your summer tryst fresh and explore romantic spots that can be found only in Los Angeles with these exciting date ideas.

Coliseum can learn from Dodgers’ ordeal

One stadium’s misfortune could be another stadium’s opportunity. With less than five months until the Trojans take the field against Minnesota on Sept. 3 for their 2011 home opener, the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum commission and USC have a chance to create their own silver lining in the aftermath of the altercation outside of Dodger […]

Jingle all the way to the Rose Bowl

As you may or may not know, this is the last Daily Trojan issue of the semester. It’s been a wild, crazy, bacon-wrapped-hot-dog-filled ride, but all good things must come to an end (right Pete Carroll?). With that in mind, this is the last chance to print something about the current football season. It seems […]