Notes: USC Legend Honor; Pac-12 Suspends Activities

Richard Wood was the first three-time All-American in the history of USC and did it during an era when freshmen were ineligible. He still doesn’t always get his due and was not admitted into the USC Hall of Fame into 2007. I’m mentioning him today because the Athletic did an article on the best players to wear each jersey number. Wood was named the best … Continue reading Notes: USC Legend Honor; Pac-12 Suspends Activities

USC Morning Buzz: Winners And Losers Of The Week

WINNERS OF THE WEEK Andy Enfield He lands two four-star commitments for 2021 and a grad transfer from Utah Valley. This is what Enfield does best: Land recruits. The underachievement comes later. If they canceled the NCAA Tournament every year he would have a great reputation. Clay Helton “Did y’all see we landed a four-star tailback?” Helton might say today. USC had the nation’s No. … Continue reading USC Morning Buzz: Winners And Losers Of The Week

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

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