USC Morning Buzz: A Half-Full Stadium For Alabama Game?

It looks like the USC-Alabama game will be in a half-full stadium in a best-case scenario.

Texas Gov. Greg Abbott, whose daughter graduated from USC last year, told 12 athletic directors from of the state’s Football Bowl Subdivision schools Friday not to expect capacity at their stadiums to be above 50 percent this fall, according to USA Today.

That means about 40,000 fans would be at the USC-Alabama game. That’s a plus for the Trojans because Alabama will bring more fans and noise will not be as big of an issue.

Abbott originally said stadiums would be at 25 percent but a week later quickly expanded capacity to 50 percent. That raised hopes stadiums might eventually be full.

  • The NCAA has encouraged all member schools to designate, Election Day, November 3, 2020 as a day off.

That could present a dilemma for USC: The Trojans at Oregon on Nov. 7 and Tuesdays (Election Day) are traditionally the biggest practice of the week.

140 thoughts on “USC Morning Buzz: A Half-Full Stadium For Alabama Game?

  1. If the stadium was completely empty, the lopsided massacre would still take place, but less embarrassing for the Trojans. Fun fact…the following game against New Mexico, USC fans can start pretending again 😂

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    1. Devastating Ad. for Trump AND Graham… Leave it to Republicans to make the most cutthroat and vicious campaign ads, even against their own. If politics is a knife fight, Reps show up with assault rifles and Dems show up with water balloons. As Reps are switching over to full auto, Dems are debating whether to throw any balloons because someone might catch the sniffles. The way the two sides fight is indicative and informed by what and who they are fighting for.

      I’d love for a reporter to ask Sen. Graham to describe the moment he realized Trump turned the corner and all of a sudden became worthy of his unwavering support. Yet another glowing example of Baby Boomer ethics and principles at work. Any time now guys…

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      1. Seriously, I have a question.
        What about the opinion of Dr MLK’s niece, Dr Alveda King, who said Biden is on the WRONG side of her uncle’s message.?.?

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      2. Pud, I don’t care because I’d vote for a ham sandwich before Trump. Any port in a storm… You guys are constantly trying to have arguments that I’m not trying to make. It wouldn’t even matter what I talked about, you guys would just go into all your old arguments. I don’t mean to be disrespectful, but you’re asking us to choose one Baby Boomer from the other, which is simply asking me to choose my poison.

        You’ve also just invited a long and poorly written post that will be coming after this one. Maybe that’ll learn you…

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      3. You know I let this go before, but you keep missing a generation…it’s nice of you to play the game. But in reality these guys are from the silent generation. 1926-45…just sayin. And the fact that Trump barely squeezes into this generation hardly makes either of them representatives. But you can keep on. Sorta like saying we were isolationists, even after being lead into unwinnable wars like Vietnam, Beruit, Balkans as “peacekeepers” by those very same “silent generationals”.

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      4. Like I’ve said here before, I like smart people and good ideas and I don’t care where they come from. Progressives are the ones that come up with ideas because they have to try and make a coalition out of disparate groups of people. By nature, the Democratic Party is forced to take into account different viewpoints and try to cobble a together a team. It’s part of the party’s DNA. Look at a picture of the full senate and you’ll see all kinds of different sorts of people on the Dem’s side. If you look at the Rep’s side, it’s essentially white men in dark suits with grey hair. You see splashes of color on the Dem’s side, not just from skin color, but because the unwritten rule that requires men to wear dark clothing doesn’t hold true for women. Reps, on the other hand, don’t need ideas, they just need to update their playbook. Conservative policies are designed to maintain traditional economic, social and cultural power structures. Reps are not trying to find ways to facilitate an inclusive America (which requires ideas), they are trying to maintain exclusivity to power and control.

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      5. You’re posting your typical idiotic political rants.
        Keep it to your liberal defunded self!
        Nobody wants to read what you post!
        Get out of your cellar !
        You’re a twit!!
        Post something about USC football not about politics..

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      6. Clay –you want everybody to declare themselves. But my baby boomer friends declare themselves everyday. Writing of their love for players and coaches and columnists and community leaders—as well as the recently deceased. And they write sincerely and touchingly. Showing a lot of humanity. I’ve learned a lot from them. And from you too. Let’s carry on. And do the best we can for each other……

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      7. Well I Sam in the Great hope of getting an answer again….what have the progressives brought to the minority communities they espouse to “serve”? Isn’t it a fact that the death rate for people of color are much worse in communities governed by these “So Called” progressives? Aren’t jobs pouring out of those municipalities like water through a sieve? Schools the worst in the nation by every standard of measure? I heard there’s an old saying that the definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again expecting a different result. We are told that we need to be open to discussion but only we can’t speak…that’s fine. Stick your finger in the dike and hope the stopping the leak will keep the dam from breaking.
        The funniest revision in my opinion though might be the notion that all these dems as you call them are progressives. These are the same ones who ruled the south with an iron fist for so many years turning out dogs any time there were a group of people assembled that didn’t fit their vision of polite society, and they were always propped up by their north-eastern “progressives” to allow them to stay in power. Where is the moral indignation when there are a 1000 times the black deaths occurring in these “progressive” communities? You think all these progressives don’t sit on the same juries that have filled their “progressive prisons” with people of color?
        Discussion is a conversation between multiple parties not just a single opinion. I am interested but I’m told statistics are racist if they point out a particular group’s weakness, so we’re not able to see the abject failure of the educational system as it pertains to inner city kids. Maybe it’s not racist, maybe it’s insane to ignore the obvious and continue on without asking why are we settling?
        This topic is an onion, no single answer working across the whole spectrum, but I’ll find it almost laughable when some nice southern baptist will be called a racist, misogynistic, homophobic right wing racist….and the author is a person of color. Laughable at best.

        And lastly, don’t confuse the silence as a trembling fear.

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      8. Pudly, you’re assigning America’s problem to one political party. My contention is that both parties have screwed this up. Pudly, right now my issue is Donald Trump. Any conservative would cut taxes, regulations, appoint conservative judges etc. Why elect a totally incompetent, lazy, entitled bigot. Again, stop trying to have your usual argument with me as if you know my politics. If I had to choose a party it FOR SURE would be the democrats for the simple reason that white supremacists vote republican. Get the racists out of your midst and maybe you guys would see the tide of history stop moving against you. Police your ranks.

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      9. My contention is that your coalition of varying interests have decided upon one party. Cycle after cycle. You you can say time after time it was my generation who brought us to this precipice but the truth is it was t and still is not. I find it funny that you continually bash my generation for what ever ills you want, while you drive home in your little hybrid telling Siri to check google for traffic and to have your nest cool down your home and warm the hot tub, so it’s ready when you get there, so you can soak while waiting for grub-hub to deliver your wings so you can watch the game on your Ultra HD tele…laughable how little we succeeded in moving the world forward.
        But then we’ll see what is left when you’ve (gen x) had your turn at the wheel. It’s always easy to cry when you’re not the one negotiating traffic. Like the teen calling his parents stupid, you’ll grow and find things aren’t as you thought.

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      10. “Dump Trump” you say…. for biden-pelosi-schumer? Really..hardly a novel concept.
        PS You keep saying that white racists vote for Trump, yet the states and localities with the most of these racists are and have mostly been run by dems. How’s that work out?
        Aye. I’m sorry, you just keep changing the playing field. Have a nice day.

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      11. Pudly, yes, I’m saying choose the lesser of 2 evils in choosing Biden over Trump. Yes, that is what I mean to say. At least Biden will appoint competent people instead of just looking for people to cover up his incompetence and dishonesty like Trump does. Do you really think the record turnover in Trump’s admin. is because he is a competent administrator with an eye for talent. How do you back such an unprincipled idiot like that??

        neo-Nazis and other white supremacist are to the political right, right? We all know that, don’t we? There is more of EVERYTHING in Democratic states because more people want to live in those states. That’s where innovation comes from…that’s where GDP comes from…that’s where the best colleges are…that’s where the most opportunities are. So, that’s where the people are. Do you REALLY want Cali to be more like Alabama and Mississippi?? I don’t because the rest of the world would pass us by as we head back to the dark ages. I prefer round-earth reality over flat-earth superstition all day.

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      12. Wrong as usual big mouth. The UniParty floods the country with cheap illegal alien labor, appoints lib judges like Roberts, expands regulations and raises taxes. No wonder Bush voted for Hitlery. They are the same Globalist Team.

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      13. Pudly, yes consumerism is seductive, thanks. You’re not describing me well with what you wrote…a Prius? Are you serious? I learned how to drive in a 65 Mustang and never looked back.

        Look, I’m big on anti-regulation and I know that as long as Trump is in office, I have nothing whatsoever to worry about. However, I wouldn’t let my narrow interest supersede what’s best for my country and the people in it. Dump Trump and the racists and maybe we can talk.

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      14. Neo or otherwise white supremacy groups have always held safe in states with a democratic majority. It is only recent media bs that has moved how they’re perceived as right wing. Didn’t see many of those guys wearing white hoods outside the south or rust belt. But hey, if you call them that great, matter of fact those progressives in Boston were recently called out for their racially inclusive way they treat not just visiting players but even their own help. Yeah them dems real progressives. I’m not trying to pin anything on one party or another, but you continually do then change the argument. Much like the union argument. Jobs weren’t going overseas in the 30’s 40’s 50’s and 60’s when they were being corrupted. Check in NY Boston Chicago.

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      15. Pudly, there are racist in every state as there is everything in every state. White supremacist are to the far political right and I’m not sure why you would argue about that. I have 2 choices and I’m not going to choose the side that hides racists. Why is that complicated? Why are you bringing these other things up? Donald Trump is a terrible leader, Some (too many) Republicans back him and I know he is destroying the country. Yes, the Boomers found the world a better place than they left it, but that’s another subject.

        Donald Trump is the poster child for the Baby Boomer generation and Conservatism. I’m glad you’re happy with that, but he needs to go.

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      16. That is just outright not the truth. Racists thrive where dems rule. Check your history, things haven’t changed that much. But you play with pop culture idioms pushed by the left leaning media. Great.
        You be you and believe what you will. We’ll see where the same old thing done over and over while expecting a different result does for you.

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      17. Ok, there are no racists in the south or Midwest as they are restricted to the coasts…ok. Let’s not fight about that.

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      18. Not what I said, but then again you move the turf from one side of the hill to the other. You keep believing (so you say) that them dems don’t hold to none of that racist crap. And I say the evidence is empirical. Ask some of those old Celtic players. And even some recent ones.

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      19. When did I say any of that?? I KNOW Boston has a history of racial insensitivity. So What? Is that supposed to mean that democrats are racist. Is that your point?

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      20. Pretty much means they welcome and accept them. And I’ll go as far as to say them welcome them into their districts and pander to their leaders for votes. It is too easy to go city by city and look at what happens where and how long. I’m not advocating for anyone. I’m just saying if racism is what drives your vote you might take a harder look at who you’re really supporting.

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      21. Like I said, racist are in every state, but I guess you thought I was leaving out Massachusetts.

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      22. Like I said, racist are in every state, but I guess you thought I was leaving out Massachusetts.

        In addition to Democrats being the real racist, are they the ones who are anti-gay, sexist and anti-immigration too??

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      23. If I had to take a chance on which party was less racist, I would probably choose the one that elected the first black President. But I’m sure you have information from some corner of the internet that makes more sense.

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      24. If dems could elect presidents on their own, then they’d all be democratic presidents. When you stand for the removal of all racists from office, regardless of party, you’ll find me happily at your side. But when you pick your racist to remove from office I get confused about what’s your real driving agenda.

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      25. Pudly, are you saying I just shouldn’t vote for anyone because there are racist in both parties? Thanks for your advice, but I think I’m smart enough to identify and pursue my own interests and they don’t lie with Trump or his like. Thanks again, but the man shouldn’t be near leadership of any kind.

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      26. I don’t tell anyone who to vote for. You’re the one who set the criteria and I just asked if it applied to all racists or just THE republican one. I also tried to ask about some other platform issues and clearly you ignored their importance too. Here’s a vague internet fact…everyone knows it was a republican who fought the war to free the slaves. The president of the confederacy at the time J Davis was indicted as a traitor and stripped of his citizenship. It was a Democrat that reinstated his citizenship as a “healing” measure…
        In 1978, President Jimmy Carter welcomed the restoration of Davis’s US citizenship as the completion of a “long process of reconciliation that has reunited our people following the tragic conflict between the states”.

        Putting your head in the sand, doesn’t change the truth. Even a 100+ yrs later, southern democrats with their eastern bloc continue their suppression and you blame me? You funny.

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      27. Pudly…God bless you man. Look, the party that Lincoln was a part of was Republican in name only. Honestly, do you really think the political descendants of slave holders are the descendants of the slaves themselves? Do you really think the confederate flag waving people in the south are the political descendants of abolitionist? You realize everyone who waves a confederate flag votes Republican, right? Trump is the declared candidate of white supremacists and he’s your boy too. Save the rest of the crap because that’s more than enough for me.

        Pudly, you’re one of the very few here that knows something about football…you should stick to it.

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      28. No they don’t. They live in communities and states that have and are long time bastions of democratic ideals and backroom racketeering. Funny the democratic mayor and govenor could only this week justify the removal of the statue. You can believe what you want..but just because you say they vote republican doesn’t make it so.

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      29. You give me a dollar for every confederate flag at a Trump rally and I’ll give you a dollar for every confederate flag at a Biden rally…bet?

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      30. Like I said before, let me know when you stop supporting all racists not just republican ones. Then we’ll have common ground, until then you’re just parroting the party line.
        When are the rest of the battle flags going to be outlawed? All those years under democratic leadership and they’re still flying high.

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      31. I do really appreciate the back and forth. I know it’s not easy to be open. Thanks for taking the time

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    2. MG, you essentially told me there was no problem in the way America views black people in relation to white people. If you don’t see any problem, then you’ll be no help with a solution. I don’t mean to be rude, but your credibility is shot with me. You won’t be sorry about that, but I am.

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      1. Hang in there, Clay. We’re moving through a brief moment of melodramatic statements. It will pass. And people will again start working together for a better future just the way they always have in the two cities I tried cases in —Oakland and Los Angeles.
        #IKnowWhatISaw

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      2. So…a former prosecutor… Maybe I should’ve guessed that. Who was your boss in L.A?

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      3. Burt Pines, Ira Reiner, James Hahn (and, in San Francisco, Terrance Hallinan). At the U. S. Attorney’s office, Robert Bonner. We had lots of disagreements … but I loved and respected all of them. As well as all the Public Defenders I practiced against …and the judges I practiced in front of.

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      4. Clay –I tried ONE case as a private defense attorney —-when Stanford University tried to get a dying cancer patient prosecuted for grand theft because she parked in reserved hospital parking…..
        #IWon….

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      5. Their reasoning? A Stanford issued parking pass for that space would have cost over a thousand bucks. The problem was that she was already given [and had already paid] a parking ticket. I just issued a plea of not guilty by virtue of double jeopardy. The judge—who had apparently never heard that plea before —said “double jeopardy? what am I supposed to do?” — I said “that’s your problem” and he dismissed the case.

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      6. Not a very bright judge. Had she paid the ticket before retaining you or was that your suggestion?

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      7. It wasn’t a case of MG-invented double jeopardy –she’d paid the ticket the day she got it. [The judge was supposed to hold a hearing, request proof of prior jeopardy and hear argument —- all of which would have favored my client]…..

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      8. If you really want to make a difference, you can do a bunch more as a prosecutor than as a defense attorney. Prosecutors can do all the things you believe in, Clay. All over the country there are lots of great prosecutors going after corrupt officials and corrupt corporations. [& what they’re doing will have lasting effect].
        You can also do a lot for the community as a Law School Dean — which I tried to do for 10 years.

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      9. Well, you certainly made a difference for that cancer patient and I wouldn’t shake a stick at that.

        Do you ever work with Kamala Harris?

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      10. No, Clay –never worked for or around Kamala [who is too shallow & weak to lead—Tulsi proved that]…..
        #ThereAreATonOf”Realer”BlackWomenCandidatesThanKamala

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      11. Here’s more (even though you didn’t solicit it) — ANY of the black women attorneys that trained me in Los Angeles— Cheryl Ward, Joanne Epps or Patricia Williams —would make WAY better Vice Presidents than Kamala….

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      12. OK. I’m not promoting her candidacy, just wondering if you two rubbed shoulders. What about Gil Garcetti?

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      13. I can’t continue… I have to get back to another project….
        #….RankingAllPaintingsEverPaintedFromBestToWorst…
        #[I’mPrettySureGustaveMoreauWillComeInFirstPlace…]….

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      14. Michael, after the Stanford cancer story, have another on me. And if you need an Uber for the ride home, I’m good for that too.

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      15. Michael, it sounds like 67 might have some ideas about slipping some Spanish Fly in those drinks the way he’s acting. Be careful…

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    3. I don’t know when or why Graham started “loving” Trump …..but I think he stopped supporting Joe when it became obvious Joe was dipping further and further into dementia. The “old” Joe was an okay guy….. the guy in those basement podcasts is a 100 miles from that guy.

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      1. He started supporting Trump when he won the Republican nomination and he stopped supporting Joe when he won the Democratic nomination. Let’s not make it more complicated than it is. He is practicing politics as his generation practices it.

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      2. He started supporting Trump after he uncovered your Messiah Obama and Hiltery’s Fake Russian Collusion coup scheme. Please stop playing dumb.

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      3. We need to acknowledge that Joe’s squinting and stuttering and inability to get to point #2 in a 3 point list ….. makes for a problem in a presidential candidate. Certain American party leaders can pretend otherwise…that’s what they do best….
        #…TheRestOfTheWorldWon’tPretend….

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      4. Micheal, he started loving Trump the day Trump moved into the White House and it served his political purposes. Graham is a morally bankrupt toady.

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      5. @Michael, this is what completely confounds me. At this point it’s Anbody But Trump. I’d gladly vote for George W. Bush if given the option. The Republicans could have ANY other candidate run against the Dems and win, and in the process they’d bring back integrity and stability to the White House. But for some reason your party leaders are a bunch of cowards who suck up that fool. It makes no sense. What’s happened to the GOP?

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      6. So you are a proud Open Borders Globalist. You have some nerve talking about “restoring integrity to the White House” after the antics of BJ Clinton the Intern Slayer, the Bushies Iraq Failure and the Deep State Coup attempt by your Messiah Obama .

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      7. I’m not crazy about Graham either, Oaktown. He holds hearings and does tv. America’s always had people like him around. But running today’s version of Joe Biden for President of the United States? Wow. That’s a whole new thing.

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      8. I see it differently. I see the “official” republicans (and dems) as sell outs — who send our military into wars of expansion. Trump’s problem is not that he’s not one of them —his problem is that he doesn’t have an ounce of real feelings for people. He’s a job creator. That’s all.

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      9. Yet he is opposed by the military industrial complex for wanting to stop our endless wars that result in thousands of dead and maimed American soldiers.

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      10. MG, Democrats had 2 choices to make this time around: 1. Who the best leader would be 2. Who could beat Trump.

        Unfortunately, a large part of the American populace will ONLY vote for a str8, white male and Dems had to give them another one to vote for besides Trump. America wasn’t going to elect the first openly gay president or the first female president or the first Jewish president and it was not a time to take chances. Joe Biden represents the Democratic Party holding your old ass hands and trying to lead you into a future that you’re deathly afraid of. You guys simultaneously cling to the past and complain about the future leaving you behind. It’s okay pops, come on…

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      11. Please listen to some more music. Seriously. You’re not going to be proud of these increasingly strident posts by tomorrow morning….
        #SorryDemPrimaryVotersAreAnti-Semitic&HateWomen&Gays

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      12. Trump is opposed by the military industrial complex? Have you seen the size of the defense budget?

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      13. “Please listen to some more music. Seriously. You’re not going to be proud of these increasingly strident posts by tomorrow morning….
        #SorryDemPrimaryVotersAreAnti-Semitic&HateWomen&Gays”

        MG, I’ll be fine in the morning. What is it you would take contention with? Are you saying it’s just as easy to win the presidency as a woman or a Jew? Democrats aren’t excited about Joe Biden, but they know he has a better chance of being elected than the first black woman or Jew and that’s why they nominated him. Do you disagree that’s it’s easier for a str8 white man to get elected than a woman or Jew??? MG, what you’ve basically told me the last few days is that there are no such things as racism, sexism or anti-semitism, and if there are, they are immaterial. Is that what you mean to say?

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      14. MG, I see that you “liked” the following and I’m forced to believe that you subscribe to it:

        “…Obama-Hitlery Deep State Fake Russian Collusion coup attempt.” Please tell me that you accidentally hit that. Tell me whatever you want, just say it ain’t so…

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  2. The multi-millionaire racist NBA victicrats led by Kyrie and Dwight released statements from their palatial mansions saying all sports are a distraction from The Resistance and should be banned so everyone will be forced to participate in the Revolution and overthrow this evil country which has treated them so badly:

    https://www.cbssports.com/nba/news/kyrie-irving-does-not-support-nba-resuming-in-orlando-said-something-smells-a-little-fishy-per/

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  3. Given the fact that Coronavirus cases are spiking in many states across the country, it appears as if we’re just going to roll the dice on people getting sick. If you play football and basketball, you’re going to be sharing fluids and you’re going to be breathing the exhaled air of others, period. There’s no two ways about it and it looks like we’re just going to trust that young athletes won’t be greatly affected. I’m not envious of those setting policy right now and I think that on many levels, we’re looking at a very, very difficult next 6 months.

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    1. Gee, Clay aka senileobama aka s-head aka Gargamel, it is such a mystery why the Red Chinese Flu cases are spiking. Do you think your Peaceful Moderate Democrat Rioters just might have been “rolling the dice” the last 2 weeks while they were looting and burning down businesses all over the nation? Do you think there may be a spike in cases in the new Libtard country of CHAZ? I’m sure you will devote yourself to a 100 page tome on the possible causes besides yourselves.

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    2. I’ve come to the conclusion that once they detected the target group most affected by the virus was the aged and infirmed, they’ve decided here immunity is the only real solution until a vaccine or other treatment is found.
      Curious though that demonstrations against the regime is alright and worshipping is too dangerous….laughable and obvious

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      1. I think I’d be more comfortable marching outside than sitting inside singing, but I’m not doing either. People are making their own choices.

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  4. All the real senile conservatives posting on this blog are dead in the water
    if voting in California. These air heads who know very little or nothing at
    all about USC sports have ruined this site. I blame Mr. Wolf for letting
    this happen way too long ago free speech or not.

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    1. This blog shares a large cross-section of its audience with Fox News because Wolfe caters to old Trojans. All the old pics he puts up reminding the old timers of days gone by are like salt blocks for cows. That’s why the blog has such a conservative bent.

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      1. I’m sorry Clay, I like your opinions but I am an old timer, I guess, but I can see your opinion and appreciate your take on things. I tend to be Libertarian if I was to be pigeon holed, but generally vote Republican because I just can’t go with what the Dems have been throwing out there. But “agent orange” has pretty much made it so I can’t, will not vote that way for President at least. I still find it hard to believe that a country of 360 million can’t find two candidates that are sane enough to run this show.

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      2. It’s become too polarized, Ken. I appreciate your comments and it’s shocking to me that there would be a debate about who and what Trump is. We’re supposed to be putting forward people who represent the best of who and what we are, but i hope that’s not what we’re holding out Trump to be.

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    2. What sport did you participate in at USC jerk? You questioned my participation yesterday. Look at the 1968 baseball team which won the NCAA asshole.how many NCAA champ teams did you play on? You libtard asshole.

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      1. ‘S'(so named by mommy in order for him to not have to remember more than one letter), seems to know a lot about people he has never met.

        Hey ‘S’, if a person goes to one school as an undergrad & goes to another for post grad, from which school are they an alum ?

        #AskingForAFriend

        Oh, & ‘S’, what specific teams were you on at SC?

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  5. “Reps are not trying to find ways to facilitate an inclusive America (which requires ideas), they are trying to maintain exclusivity to power and control.”

    Clay, really? The left controls every major institution in the country, i.e. Wall Street, the tech sector, public employee unions, the education establishment, entertainment and the media, organized religion, every big city in the country, and the non-profit sector. Tell me, exactly what does the GOP control and have exclusivity over?

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      1. Re-read my comment. I did not say “Democrats,” I said “the left.” The left includes Antifa, BLM, the DSA, militant feminism, climate change activists, various “legal defense and education funds,” LGBT groups, the open borders lobby, etc. etc. When I say the left controls all the important institutions, by that I mean those institutions go along with the leftist agenda on a spectrum that ranges from enthusiastic support to grudging tolerance to a paralyzing fear that renders them impotent and incapable of opposition. That last one is where the leadership of the Republican party generally is by the way.

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      2. Ah, I see. I thought it was just the wealthy elites/corporate interests that controlled everything and pitted us against each other. But it’s the blacks and gays running everything…hmm…why didn’t I think of that?

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      3. OK, let’s have a look at FAANG. Facebook-Zuckerberg, Amazon-Bezos, Apple-Jobs/Schmidt, Netflix-Reed Hastings, Google(Alphabet -Segei Bren). And last but not least-the Oracle of Omaha-Buffet.
        The wealthiest guys in America & the world(pardon me Mr Putin & Xi).

        All open borders, H1 visa advocates & Dems. Just how did the pubs get the wealthy reputation anchor around their Simon Legree Mr Ratchet necks? I believe one can thank the media for that.

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      1. McAuliffe served as campaign chairman for Hillary Clinton’s 2016 presidential run. At the Zoom videoconference, he was introduced by a senior Norfolk Democrat, Charlie Stanton, who compared soldiers who participated in the D-Day landing to modern-day Antifa members.

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    1. Oops, you forgot the universities and for that matter all primary and secondary edumacation in this country…and even with all of that, they couldn’t retain power. Because sooner or later the truth will out…. hahahahaha

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