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Another USC Basketball Player Transferring

USC forward Victor Uyaelunmo is transferring, according to Evan Daniels of 247. Uyaelunmo averaged only 0.8 points and 0.1 rebounds per game but here is the question: USC has lost Jordan Usher, J’Raan Brooks and now Uyaelunmo. Kevin Porter is expected to turn pro. The incoming recruiting class is great but what happens when someone gets hurt or in foul trouble? USC obviously is going … Continue reading Another USC Basketball Player Transferring

USC Forward J’Raan Brooks Transferring

J’Raan Brooks, a 6-foot-9 freshman forward, is transferring, according to Jeff Goodman of Stadium. Brooks averaged 2.0 points and 1.3 rebounds in 8 minutes of action per game. He joins Jordan Usher, who left earlier in the year. People would be more nervous but the answer to everything is next year’s recruiting class is great! Guess what: They will be poorly coached too. Last year, … Continue reading USC Forward J’Raan Brooks Transferring

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USC Does Not Make NIT

No surprise really but USC is left out of the NIT. This puts an exclamation point on a season that was disappointing. There have been many disappointing moments. Two NCAA victories in six years. Two NCAA appearances. But next year’s recruiting class is ranked No. 2. What happens if that team underachieves? USC did not make the CBI or CIT either? Maybe it can play … Continue reading USC Does Not Make NIT

USC Will Play Arizona In Pac-12 Tourney

Colorado defeated USC, 78-67, in Boulder to set the Trojans’ fate for the Pac-12 Tournament. USC will play Arizona in the 8/9-seed game on Wednesday at 12 p.m. on the Pac-12 Network. If USC wins, it will play Washington on Thursday at 12 p.m. The Trojans are currently 15-16. That is a pretty atrocious record when you play in the worst Pac-12 conference of all … Continue reading USC Will Play Arizona In Pac-12 Tourney