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USC Morning Buzz: Donor Unrest Continues

At least three donors have decided to write USC out of their wills, per a booster who has donated millions. They are unhappy with issues related to the university. And at least one of the three blames Lynn Swann, who was abrasive to the donor once for not donating more money. Since it is Monday, it is worth noting the athletic dept. has not yet … Continue reading USC Morning Buzz: Donor Unrest Continues

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Saturday USC Notes

The Coliseum almost looks like it could handle a game from this view today. St. John Bosco defeated Corona del Mar to win the Mission Viejo Passing Tournament. Mater Dei, with USC-bound QB Bryce Young, lost to St. John Bosco in the quarterfinals. USC quarterback JT Daniels was on hand to watch Mater Dei. Former USC tennis player, Robert Farah, and his partner, Juan Sebastian … Continue reading Saturday USC Notes

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Maybe USC Is Not So Bad . . . This Week

If you think USC is going through a rough time, here are the most-read stories at the Harvard Crimson website, the school paper of the Ivy League school. Someone very close to former USC coach John Robinson contacted me this afternoon to say he was fired from his job at the university. This is yet another source to say Robinson was fired. USC maintains Robinson … Continue reading Maybe USC Is Not So Bad . . . This Week

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USC Morning Buzz: No Good Arguments For Destroying Tradition

One argument I’ve seen for scheduling UC Davis is that it had a better Sagarin rating last season than UNLV, USC’s first opponent a year ago. That misses the point. It is not about whether UC Davis is as good as a bad FBS team. It’s about destroying a traditiion that sets USC apart from other schools. The other argument is that SEC schools do … Continue reading USC Morning Buzz: No Good Arguments For Destroying Tradition