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USC Morning Buzz: Winners And Losers Of The Week

WINNERS USC baseball team Stuck it to Mike Bohn and Co. with a public statement in support of women’s soccer team. That never happened to Lynn Swann. Baseball will be on double-secret probation for the rest of the season. USC basketball A slap on the wrist from NCAA, Coach Bohn pretended there was no wrongdoing and Memphis guard Boogie Ellis will transfer in. Warning: Has … Continue reading USC Morning Buzz: Winners And Losers Of The Week

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Former USC Offensive Lineman Chris Brown Dies

Former USC offensive lineman Chris Brown has died, according to Clay Helton. He was 24. Brown attended Loyola High School in Los Angeles and enjoyed his best season in 2017, when he was All-Pac-12 honorable mention and the USC offensive lineman of the year. He played left guard that season. Brown is the second recent offensive lineman to die in the past year. Max Tuerk … Continue reading Former USC Offensive Lineman Chris Brown Dies

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USC Spring Game Report

The USC spring game confirmed a lot of suspicions about the Trojans. The quarterbacks were sacked at least eight times. The defensive line won the line-of-scrimmage battles. Three of the four scholarship QBs also threw interceptions, including Kedon Slovis. The offense had five turnovers. Defensive end Drake Jackson was dominating in the time he was on the field, knocking down a Slovis pass and sacking … Continue reading USC Spring Game Report

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USC Saturday Buzz: It’s Game Day!

The spring game is today. Hurray! You have two options: Buy a ticket or watch on the Pac-12 Network at 1 p.m. JB Long and Yogi Roth are the announcers, which means you won’t hear any criticisms. The USC baseball team courageously offered a statement of support Friday for the women’s soccer team not getting the chance to host as many fans as the spring … Continue reading USC Saturday Buzz: It’s Game Day!

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USC Baseball Team Stands With Women’s Soccer

It isn’t every day an entire team comes out and stands against its athletic dept. But the USC baseball team has put out a statement supporting the women’s soccer team and decrying the decision to limit today’s game vs. UCLA to four people per player. This is obviously a cost issue because USC does not want to staff a Coliseum crowd for something other than … Continue reading USC Baseball Team Stands With Women’s Soccer