Tag Archive: Lane Kiffin

Oct 11

Closing The Book On Lane Kiffin

Tempe Arizona became the final stop on the Lane Kiffin farewell tour. Though Pat Haden came out publicly to say the head coach’s job was “safe”, after a 7-6 finish in 2012, those words were easily read as false to anyone following and knowing the expectations of USC football . Truth is that Kiffin began …

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Oct 04

Preview: USC at Utah


The Trojans will meet the Utes in a game previously promoted as the greatest event in Utah football history. A lot has changed since then, beginning with a Southern California loss to Stanford and fall from the top 10. Instead of facing the No. 1 team in America, the Utes will face a thirteenth ranked …

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May 16

Nation’s second-ranked running back commits to USC


Southern California will enter the 2012 football season thin in the backfield, but has already received good news for 2013.  Ty Isaac of Joliet Catholic in Illinois has verbally committed to Lane Kiffin and USC.  The 6’3, 215 pound prospect is ranked second nationally at his position by rivals.com, and received offers from a multitude …

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Aug 26

Lane Kiffin sheds baggage but not perception


Lane Kiffin has been cleared by the NCAA of any major violations committed during his short term as Vols head football coach. Finalizing an investigation of the Tennessee Athletic Department, the committee found that Kiffin and his staff committed several minor infractions, but evidence was insufficient for anything severe. The announcement[...]

Jul 19

TMZ stand-up leads to Tyler suspension


It took only three days after a TMZ video surfaced for Marc Tyler to feel the repercussions. The USC running back has been suspended for the team’s opener, with further disciplinary action pending. The sentence, which also removes him from team activities, came in response to intoxicated ramblings caught on camera outside the Voyeur Nightclub. …

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May 16

Tradition should never fade to black


It didn’t take long for the rumor of a possible change in the USC football uniform to spread like a wildfire across Tuesday’s Internet. It was a fire that flamed with resentment and burned with more intensity once images were attached.

We know today that Scott Wolf’s original report wasn’t completely inaccurate, though it was a bit overblown. [...]

May 30

USC Can Thank Nebraska for the Start and End of Its “Dynasty”


Okay. First of all, I need to make it perfectly clear that I don’t think USC is going to just tank and not win any games ever again. They are good and will be good for a long time.

What I am here to tell you is that the firing of Frank Solich at Nebraska and the cut of their walk-on program [...]

Mar 17

Seantrel Henderson will sign with SC


The wait for the nation’s top recruit appears to be over. According to the father of Seantrel Henderson, his son will sign his letter of intent and formally commit to the University of Southern California this week. The New York Times issued the report on Monday morning, stating that Sean Henderson alerted media outlets with …

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Mar 06

Look who’s talking now


If you heeded mother’s warnings of the strong silent type, then chances are you’ve kept your distance from athletic director Mike Garrett. Over the years, Garrett has been a man of no words few words that jumps in and out of the shadows at Trojan sporting events. In the last decade of USC sports, if …

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Feb 14

Another opportunity for Mustain to spring forward


Matt Barkley’s twitter account displayed just one message on February 3rd. “It feels like Christmas”, he said, in reference to the offensive talent committed to USC on Signing Day. He correctly acknowledged the gifts that would bring a smile to any quarterback’s face. But looking forward to the 2010 season, to whom do they belong? …

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