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Jovan Vavic Might Get New Trial

Former USC water polo coach Jovan Vavic could get a new trial after the judge hinted today that a key legal issue could his convinction, according to Law360.com. The judge in the case expressed “skepticism about whether USC could be considered a victim in the scheme to admit wealthy children through bribery.” “What was the evidence here of harm to the university, other than the … Continue reading Jovan Vavic Might Get New Trial

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No. 1-Linebacker Staying In Texas

Five-star linebacker Anthony Hill, who visited during USC’s biggest recruiting weekend ever earlier this month, has narrowed his choices to Texas A&M and Texas. Is it surprising USC did not make the cut? No. But an awful lot of ink was spilled by the USC fanboys about Hill’s visit, which raised some hopes. There’s still plenty of other prospects USC will get but it is … Continue reading No. 1-Linebacker Staying In Texas

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USC Close Again On A Lineman

Offensive lineman Landen Hatchett, one of nation’s top centers, has decided to stay close to home and committed to Washington. Hatchett is only a three-star prospect but was targeted by USC and visited the campus last weekend. He lives about 100 miles from the University of Washington and his brother plays there. What is shows is getting linemen continues to be a challenge. Continue reading USC Close Again On A Lineman

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USC Morning Buzz: Baseball In Full Meltdown

USC pitchers Jaden Agassi and Charlie Hurley entered the transfer portal today. Agassi is the son of Andre Agassi and Steffi Graf. He was 3-2 with a 4.34 ERA. Hurley was 6-2 with a 4.19 ERA. USC has lost 3 of its top 4 pitchers. What this shows is the players have little faith in whatever they are hearing from administrators to stick around. The … Continue reading USC Morning Buzz: Baseball In Full Meltdown

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USC Recruiting Almost Revamped. Almost.

USC has almost fully revamped its recruiting staff under Lincoln Riley. Almost. There are still one-or-two holdovers. And also assistant coach Donte Williams. Some at USC believe Williams might not return after this season because Riley only kept him around for some continuity. That means he won’t be necessary now that Riley is established. We’ll see. By the way, the new recruiting staff of Riley … Continue reading USC Recruiting Almost Revamped. Almost.

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USC Winners And Losers Of The Week

WINNERS USC football camps Hundreds of kids of come through USC this month for the Lincoln Riley version of the summer camps and so far no one is saying they miss Clay Helton. Dave Emerick After 18 years living in college football backwaters, he hit the lottery with a job offer from Lincoln Riley to become “General Manager/Senior Associate Athletic Director for Football.” Isaiah Mobley … Continue reading USC Winners And Losers Of The Week