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Sanctions won’t kill Trojans financially


Follow the money. That was the directive given by the mysterious Deep Throat to Washington Post reporter Bob Woodward in the film version of All the President’s Men, the account of how two journalists uncovered one of our nation’s most infamous political scandals. Although the recent NCAA sanctions on USC athletics pale in comparison to […]

Long term hopes not dashed by sanctions


Hey, Trojan fans — do you remember where you were when you found out that your favorite football team would be banned from the postseason for the next two years? It happened around mid-day on June 10. Midwesterners and West Coasters, you probably found out right around lunchtime on that Thursday from — well, you […]

Six steps for recovering USC sanction victims


Victim. A noun defined as one who is subjected to oppression or mistreatment. However, it can also mean one that is tricked or duped. Yes, that pretty much sums up how USC’s student body feels in the wake of a devastating blow, that even months of waiting couldn’t have prepared us for. The numbers resulting […]

USC could have been a force to reckon with


With very little doubt in my mind, I can strongly say that this is the best March Madness that I’ve ever watched. I doubt you know a single person who picked a Final Four of Butler, Michigan State, West Virginia and Duke. And I doubt you’ve seen very many NCAA tournament games that can match […]