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Women of Troy suffer second loss of the year to Cal


The USC women’s tennis team fought valiantly in Berkeley this weekend, but could not stave off No. 7 Cal in their 5-2 defeat. USC came out strong in the match taking the doubles’ point from the Golden Bears with ease. ”It was a tough loss and the toughest losses for me are the matches that […]

2012 Trojans eerily similar to 2007 Cal


This is the story of a college football team, one with supreme talent and supreme expectations. One that spent more than half the season ranked in the Associated Press top-15 poll, only to finish unranked. One that lost at least four of the last five games it played. One with elite talent at, among others, […]

USC drops out of top 10 after loss to Stanford


The USC Trojans were upset by the Stanford Cardinal on Saturday night, sending them down more than 10 slots in both the AP and USA Today Coaches’ polls. Following USC’s 21-14 defeat, the Trojans fell to 13th in the AP poll and 12th in the USA Today Coaches’ poll. They are the highest ranked team with […]

A weekend guide to college football


USC’s archrival Notre Dame faces Navy in Dublin, in the Emerald Isle Classic on Saturday. Former Trojan running back Amir Carlisle, who transferred to the program last January and is eligible to play immediately after his hardship waiver was approved, will not play in the game due to injury. The Fighting Irish will also be […]