Tag Archive: USC Trojans

Oct 12

Trojans fire Sarkisian


“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

Preseason Power Rankings

These are pre-preseason rankings. They might change a bit over the next month. We have four preseason games (and Sunday’s Hall of Fame Game) to watch. Injuries will happen. Key starting jobs will be claimed. Teams will look better or worse than anticipated. So there could be some shuffling before Seattle and Green Bay kick …

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Oct 21

Florida State’s Big Jump Highlights College Football Top 25, BCS Standings

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College football is greater than it’s ever been. We’ve had our second Shakeup Saturday in a row, which knocked out a slew of undefeated teams that were once thought to be contenders, but turned out to be pretenders. It also put one rising team near the top and that’s sure to create some controversy later …

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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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Oct 08

LewPBlog:5 best college football stadiums

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These five stand above the rest.   All great stadiums in college football share the following qualities: 1. Size: They’re 100,000-seat coliseums, pretty much, or at least overwhelmingly crowded and suffocating for visiting fans and opponents, 2. Noise: They’re deafening, almost to the point where some sort of ear protection – plugs, muffs, fingers – …

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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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Sep 04

Exclusive: SJ College Poll 9/4/13


Well folks the college football season got underway this past weekend with some barn burners & upsets. Now that the dust has settled from week one,this is how the SJ members ranked the top 10. team/pt/1st pl 1)Alabama/70/7 2)Oregon/60 3)Ohio St/51 4)Stanford/46 5)South Carolina/43 6)Clemson/38 7)Texas A&M/24 8)Louisville/18 9)LSU/12 10)Florida St/10 http://sportsjabber.net/forums/sjforums/showthread.php?p=513729#post513729  

Aug 30

Rant Sports: Top 5 College Football Games to Watch in Week 1

The 2013 college football season is here, folks. While some teams are picking on the little schools this weekend, others are gearing up for primetime grudge matches to kick off the season. Long gone are the slew of big-time matchups on opening weekend that saw ranked teams pitted against one another to try and get …

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Aug 29

Biggest Story Lines for the 2013 College Football Season


If you haven’t noticed, it’s football season! The grass is cut, the fields are painted and the grills are warm because there are a slew of college football games set to be played this weekend and fans across the nation are chomping at the bit to get this thing kicked off.   Of course, the …

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Aug 02

Rant Sports: Top 3 Surprises From First USA Today Coaches College Football Rankings

The USA Today Coaches Poll was released on Thursday, so now we now have a legitimate set of college football rankings by which to judge the field vying for the BCS National Championship. Naturally, Alabama is No. 1, but that’s not what we’re here to discuss. How boring would that be? Of course, we could …

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