Tag Archive: USC

Mar 01

The encore to USC’s 2017 recruiting class could be even better

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By the end of the 2016 season, few programs would have chosen to take the field opposite USC, as the Trojans were one of the hottest teams in the country. That momentum carried over into signing day, as USC’s recruiting class climbed to No. 5 in the nation on the strength of adding six ESPN …

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Dec 24

Best College Football Bowl Games That Aren’t A Playoff

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On December 17th, the college football bowl season began with the New Mexico Bowl and will conclude with the College Football Playoff Championship on January 9th. During that stretch, plenty of good football will be played. Let’s take a look at some of the best games that aren’t being played to determine the national champion. …

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Oct 12

Trojans fire Sarkisian

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“After careful consideration of what is in the best interest of the university and our student-athletes, I have made the decision to terminate Steve Sarkisian, effective immediately,” athletic director Pat Haden said in a statement Monday. “I want to thank Clay Helton for stepping into the interim head coach role, and I want to add …

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Aug 03

Giving Christmas 2015

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I know it is August and that means the last thing you are likely thinking about right now is Christmas, but every year hundreds of charities start work for the holiday season at this time. This year SJ has the pleasure of sponsoring one of those awesome charities! We’d like to help these guys reach …

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Sep 06

USC rallies to defeat Stanford, 13-10

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  USC faced an uphill battle Saturday, opening Pac-12 Conference play at Stanford, which was owner of a 17-game home-field winning streak. The streak was the longest in the nation. Past tense. Andre Heidari kicked a career-long 53-yard field goal with less than three minutes to play and USC’s defense fell on a last-minute Stanford …

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Jan 15

“The Stack” 1-15-14

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Another day, another shorter blog post for The Stack today. As the NFL season winds down, there just aren’t a ton of major stories and headlines out there. Thank goodness the Olympics are coming up in February. Let’s take a look and see what made “the stack” for today, Wednesday, January 15: Jim Caldwell new …

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Nov 04

Miami, Tech tumble, but few other big changes in coaches’ poll

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After a Week 10 slate of games that was short on drama and long on yawns, not much change was expected when the latest polls were released Sunday. As expected, the, um, expected has indeed happened, at least as far as the coaches are concerned. Coming off its first loss of the season Saturday, Miami …

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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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Sep 19

USC Responds With 35-7 Drubbing of Boston College

It was a tough seven days for the Southern California football program. The home opening loss to Washington State wasn’t easy to swallow, and following days were spent absorbing shots from the media, who mercilessly took aim and fired at will. Only two games into the season, USC found itself in an odd predicament. The …

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May 15

LeSean McCoy Calling Matt Barkley ‘Mark’ is Beyond Embarrassing

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LeSean McCoy lived up to his nickname on Monday when he called Philadelphia Eagles fourth-round draft pick Matt Barkley “Mark.” This is a guy who was a four-year starter at USC and once called the next big thing in football and he was a huge story in the 2013 NFL Draft because of his fall …

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