USC Forward J’Raan Brooks Transferring

J’Raan Brooks, a 6-foot-9 freshman forward, is transferring, according to Jeff Goodman of Stadium.

Brooks averaged 2.0 points and 1.3 rebounds in 8 minutes of action per game. He joins Jordan Usher, who left earlier in the year.

People would be more nervous but the answer to everything is next year’s recruiting class is great! Guess what: They will be poorly coached too.

  • Last year, the Skull and Dagger honor society at USC admitted Donna Heinel as a member. Past members include John Wayne and . . . Reggie Bush. Skull and Dagger is primarily known for trying to pull a prank every year on campus. Will they revoke Heinel’s membership?
  • So Tate Martell was given immediately eligibility after transferring from Ohio State to Miami. Guess no one needs to sit out anymore with the new transfer rules.
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8 thoughts on “USC Forward J’Raan Brooks Transferring

    1. This is only the 1 rathole that has been discovered. Who knows how many other ratholes there are on campus. It’s like Chapo’s tunnels…when one gets filled up, two more are opened up. Need a new president NOW

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      1. Ah yes…. the Mayr Foundation – Sir Haden’s personal take plus that of his daughter and sister-in-law matched what der Obergruppenfuher grabbed over a sweet 15 year period

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  1. Slightly off topic Clownster’s, but has the perp (s) that robbed and murdered USC student, Victor McElhaney, just a mile off campus, been jailed?

    “Victor was a 21-year-old senior at USC Thornton School of Music, where he was pursuing his lifelong love of music with some of the greats.”

    “Victor was a son of Oakland. He was a musician who drew his inspiration from the beat, soul, and sound of the Town and he belonged in every nook and cranny of Oakland.”

    SUCCX, a bright light in the ghetto.

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  2. Scooter,

    Why do you live off rumors? Whey don’t you go and investigate to see if Brooks is leaving or not. Oh, I forgot, that means you would have to get off the couch. Sheesh.

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