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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

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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

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Saturday Buzz: When The Stars Supported USC

One of the first USC organizations to start supporting athletics was “the Trojan club,” which started in 1923 and created the “Monday Morning Quarterback” lunches where the football coach would review the previous game. The Trojan club was also a star-studded group in the late 1940’s. Actors Clark Gable, Robert Taylor and Edward Arnold were members in “good standing.” Los Angeles mayor Fletcher Bowron was … Continue reading Saturday Buzz: When The Stars Supported USC

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Now We Know Why USC Needed More Support Staff

USC said it desperately needed extra football support staff, including digital media people. Well, it’s obvious the coaches are not producing their own tweets. The question is whether this will cause a recruit to go to USC? But when you aren’t winning, you need to be creative, I guess. On the other hand, does anyone think Graham Harrell is actually creating this tweet? Welcome to … Continue reading Now We Know Why USC Needed More Support Staff