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Sunday Buzz: Mike Bohn Will Be Judged On One Thing

We can praise/criticize Mike Bohn for the next eight months but the only thing that really matters from a football perspective is what he does with Clay Helton. If USC manages to win 9/10 games and Bohn has the guts to fire Helton, he will deserve praise and the “you all just needed to patient while Bohn fixed things” crowd in the athletic dept. will … Continue reading Sunday Buzz: Mike Bohn Will Be Judged On One Thing

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USC Working On Coronavirus Vaccine

A USC research team is working on a vaccine for the coronavirus, the university announced. The team is trying to isolate human antibodies that successfully fight the viral infection in order to create working therapeutic treatments to improve recovery times for COVID-19 patients, according to researchers. Pin Wang, a professor of Chemical Engineering and Materials Science and Biomedical Engineering, is leading the research team. Wang … Continue reading USC Working On Coronavirus Vaccine

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Saturday Buzz: When The Stars Supported USC

One of the first USC organizations to start supporting athletics was “the Trojan club,” which started in 1923 and created the “Monday Morning Quarterback” lunches where the football coach would review the previous game. The Trojan club was also a star-studded group in the late 1940’s. Actors Clark Gable, Robert Taylor and Edward Arnold were members in “good standing.” Los Angeles mayor Fletcher Bowron was … Continue reading Saturday Buzz: When The Stars Supported USC

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USC Basketball Moves Keep Coming

Isaiah White, a 6-7 grad transfer from Utah Valley, has committed to USC. White averaged 14.5 points and 8.4 rebounds last season. It’s going to be interesting to see how USC melds grad transfers who want to make impact in their final season, with returning players who think its their turn to shine (Elijah Weaver, Ethan Anderson) and a much-hyped recruit (Eric Mobley) who is … Continue reading USC Basketball Moves Keep Coming

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USC Admissions Gets 6,000 Fewer Applicants

Are USC’s scandals finally catching up with admissions? USC announced today it had nearly 60,000 applicants for the Class of 2024 and accepted 9,535 students. USC said the acceptance rate was 16 percent. This breaks a recent trend for USC. Let’s compare below: In 2019, USC had a record-breaking 66,000 apply and accepted only 11 percent. In 2018, USC had 64,256 applicants and accepted only … Continue reading USC Admissions Gets 6,000 Fewer Applicants