Anthony N.

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Name: Anthony N.
Date registered: October 24, 2008
Jabber / Google Talk: Trojan Horse

Latest posts

  1. Anthony’s Upset Pick of the week | Washington Over Boise State — September 2, 2015
  2. Hank Gathers February 11, 1967-March 4, 1990 — March 4, 2014
  3. Closing The Book On Lane Kiffin — October 11, 2013
  4. USC Responds With 35-7 Drubbing of Boston College — September 19, 2013
  5. Eddie Vanderdoes reopens recruitment — December 28, 2012

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Sep 02

Anthony’s Upset Pick of the week | Washington Over Boise State


Washington makes its first trip ever to the Blue Turf,where it’s a homecoming for Chris Petersen. For my week one upset pick, I’m taking the underdog Huskies over the Broncos. Boise State: Ranked 23rd (AP) Washington: Unranked Head to Head: Washington leads 2-1 Last Meeting: Washington 38, BSU 6 (2013) Line: Boise State -11 …

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Mar 04

Hank Gathers February 11, 1967-March 4, 1990


When I see the above photograph, it’s hard to believe 19 years have passed since it was first captured. The old saying goes that a picture is worth a thousand words, but the story told is dependent of the receiving eyes. The young may see it as just another cover, marking just another moment in …

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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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Dec 28

Eddie Vanderdoes reopens recruitment


From “first come, first serve”, to the incredible shrinking class, Southern California exemplifies the fluctuation and instability of recruiting. It wasn’t long ago that USC had 18 commitments for 2013, with the group rated as the top incoming class in the nation. Then came November, and the decommitment of Max Redfield. By early December, it …

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Dec 20

Eldridge Massington pledges UCLA


Eldridge Massington committed to USC just two days after receiving a formal offer from Lane Kiffin and staff. That was in early May, and it set a west coast course for the Texas native. By early December, the 4-star prospect withdrew his verbal promise and reopened recruitment. And it would take just 13 days for …

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Dec 06

Sonny Dykes resurfaces in Pac 12


The Cal Bears have announced Sonny Dykes as their new head football coach. The hire comes just 15 days after the program parted ways with Jeff Tedford, and four days after Louisiana Tech rejected a bowl invitation. Dykes spent the last three seasons building the Louisiana Tech football program, and more specifically, the offense.  The …

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Oct 31

Game 8 wrap-up: Winners and Losers


Arizona 39, USC 36 Arizona provided all the elements for a trap game, but it was USC that assisted in snaring itself. Two things I’ve emphasized in past weeks is the record of season opponents and Trojan penalties. Through those figures we could see that it wasn’t the foreign venue or red clad Wildcats staging …

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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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Jul 25

Media picks USC to lead the Pac


The Pac 12 will have a new look in 2012, with four new coaching additions to the west coast league.  And according to a media vote, the conference also gains a new top-dog, believing stability will reign supreme. 102 voters picked USC to win the Pac 12 championship game and end Oregon’s 3-year run as …

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