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USC Officially Announces Beer Will Be Sold At Coliseum

USC made it official today and said it will sell beer and wine to the general public at the Coliseum. It also added a couple other details: If you want to tailgate on campus, you need a permit. In USC tradition, it did not say how much a permit will cost: That’s the key. That information should be released tomorrow. Also, the campus will now … Continue reading USC Officially Announces Beer Will Be Sold At Coliseum

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USC Morning Buzz: It’s Time To (Over) Hype Football

It’s getting closer to actually talking more about football as USC players report to campus today and open training camp Friday. One thing I noticed is some people are already trying to anoint Courtland Ford as a star left tackle. It’s a lot of pressure to place on someone before even starting a game at the most difficult position on the offensive line. But that’s … Continue reading USC Morning Buzz: It’s Time To (Over) Hype Football

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Michael Norman Fifth In 400 Meters

Former USC sprinter Michael Norman had a disappointing 400-meter final and finished fifth. Norman started strong but wilted as the race continued. The U.S. finished the men’s sprints, flats and hurdles without a gold medal. Here is the race: Steven Gardiner in 43.8! Michael Cherry & Michael Norman 4th/5th pic.twitter.com/B8HDRvObhy — Travis Miller (@TravisMillerFlo) August 5, 2021 https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js Continue reading Michael Norman Fifth In 400 Meters

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USC Notes: Typical Andy Enfield Move

USC will play Oklahoma State on Dec. 21 in Oklahoma City. Typical Andy Enfield to schedule the Cowboys after Cade Cunningham. And Oklahoma State is nowhere to be seen in the early top 25 polls for next season. So now Enfield is ready to play them, when he thinks he has the better team. We’ll see. Four-star wide receiver Tobias Merriweather from Vancouver, Wash., committed … Continue reading USC Notes: Typical Andy Enfield Move

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USC Morning Buzz: A Lack Of Information On Tailgating

Does USC intend to explain how it arrived at the figure of $496 for a tailgate parking pass? So much of what USC does comes without explanation these days. If you read the blog regularly, you know I’ve written about the former ticket manager John Morley, who used to hold press conferences and regularly explain to students and fans the ticket availability/prices for games. Now? … Continue reading USC Morning Buzz: A Lack Of Information On Tailgating