A lean, mean machine
USC’s roster lacks depth in some spots but the lean-and-mean approach keeps everyone on their toes for spring practice, especially with a new coaching staff giving fresh starts for most everyone.
Max Agbonkpolo and Ethan Anderson
Might be worth transferring just to see what happens if they get coached up.
Imagine how happy some players in the transfer portal must be right now hearing that Lincoln Riley wants to add at least 10 more players.
She got another five-year term as dean of the Annenberg School of Communication. Max Nikias is probably happy because he personally hired her.
She plays the mother of Jerry Buss in the HBO Lakers series, “Winning Time.” Good time to remember she dated Mike Hull, a USC fullback who played from 1965-67. One time, USC was on its way to the Beef Bowl before playing in the Rose Bowl, and the team buses passed a billboard for the TV show, “The Flying Nun,” which starred Field. Hull never heard the end of it from his teammates in the bus.
No teams get past the Sweet 16. A year ago, three teams made the Elite Eight. This year, USC was overrated and UCLA underachieved.
He tweeted USC’s first spring practice was the “greatest ever ever on a college campus” BEFORE the practice took place. Yes, it was an attempt at humor but his slobbering act with USC football is embarrassing.
It was a bad week when a story gets written that a USC fan went to every game for the past 30 years, when they did not.
USC Rossier School of Education
Withdrew from U.S. News Education rankings after determining it supplied inaccurate information the past five years. Nothing like another scandal.
Trojans were up 6-1 after 6 innings and lost 7-6 to Oregon as the Ducks won the rubber game of the three-game series.
How do you eliminate showing eight awards and still go more than three hours? Next time warn us when there will be an altercation. We might watch.