Lynn Swann denied in an interview with the Athletic that he plays golf. But before I get to that, I want to highlight his defiant answer regarding his appearance at an autograph show. “I would want my kids to understand it was a contractual obligation and I lived up to it. A lot of respect to (former President) Jimmy Carter as a person, but I’m … Continue reading Lynn Swann Denies He Plays Golf
Former USC defensive line coach Kenechi Udeze has been hired as a defensive analyst at LSU. The move reunites Udeze with his college position coach, Ed Orgeron. Udeze has been looking for a job since Clay Helton fired him after last season. Someone I know who is close to several members of the Board of Trustees said Lynn Swann was told new president Carol Folt … Continue reading USC Morning Buzz: LSU Hires Kenechi Udeze
USC quarterback Matt Fink has entered the NCAA transfer portal. He is scheduled to graduate in May and will not need to sit out at another school. It’s a smart move by Fink. He has shown he can play in brief stints and let’s be brutally honest: He knows the QB derby could be rigged by the fact Clay Helton desperately wants JT Daniels to … Continue reading Matt Fink Enters NCAA Transfer Portal
This was handed out at the USC book festival last weekend: Continue reading Has USC Lost Its Way?
The Pac-12 has something in common with USC. It likes to lecture the public instead of trying to work together. Here’s Mark Shuken, the Pac-12 Network president, telling Sports Business Journal the network’s goal is not to make money but to “amplify student-athletes and their experiences.” And here everyone thought the goal was to make money. Or if you DirecTV, not watch it. lmao cmon … Continue reading The Pac-12 Network’s Purpose Is Not To Make Money
USC announced the death of a memorable Trojan: Ambrose Schindler. He was 101. Schindler died Dec. 30, 2018 but it was just recently reported. The San Diego High School graduate led USC in rushing, scoring and total offense and was named all-conference in 1937. Schindler also led the Trojans in 1939, and was named MVP of the 1940 Rose Bowl. The 1939 team was eventually recognized … Continue reading A Trojan Great With Who Worked On “Wizard Of Oz” Dies