Clay Helton might be happy USC is not playing Alabama but it can’t be good news for the athletic dept. Alabama was being paid $6 million for the game. USC was probably being paid less but still receiving a huge payday. The Trojans got nearly $5 million to play Alabama in 2016. That’s another dent in revenue. I heard today about another season-ticket holder who … Continue reading USC Sunday Buzz: Another Financial Hit?
If USC has 19 juniors who could be potential draft candidates and 10 redshirt sophomores who also have a chance of going pro early, how many would back out of a January football season? Obviously not all of them would turn pro or skip a season. But it only takes a few to impact a team. Continue reading USC Roster Could Look Different For January Season
It’s pretty much a consensus opinion that Clay Helton is one of the luckiest men alive. He kept his job after last season. He won’t face Alabama or Notre Dame. Or maybe there won’t be a season and he won’t lose any games. About the only possible poor scenario for Helton might be if college football starts in January. USC has a lot of juniors … Continue reading USC Saturday Buzz: The Luck Continues
Pac-12 commissioner Larry Scott has tested positive for COVID-19, per the conference. After three rounds of COVID-19 testing at USC voluntary workouts, 201 tests were conducted with four positive results. Here is Mike Bohn’s statement on the Pac-12 going to an all-conference schedule: Continue reading USC Night Notes: Mike Bohn And Larry Scott Edition
As expected, the Pac-12 is following the Big Ten model, which means no USC-Alabama game. Continue reading Pac-12 Goes To Conference-Only Schedule
The USC School of Cinematic Arts will remove a John Wayne exhibit, according to a Friday announcement. “Conversations about systemic racism in our cultural institutions along with the recent global, civil uprising by the Black Lives Matter movement require that we consider the role our school can play as a change-maker in promoting anti-racist cultural values and experiences,” said Evan Hughes, USC’s assistant dean of … Continue reading USC To Remove John Wayne Exhibit