After eight months of anticipation following January’s Rose Bowl victory, No. 4 USC finally kicked off its 2017 season on Saturday against Western Michigan
Welcome to the Daily Trojan's live blog of No. 4 USC's season opener against Western Michigan. We'll be providing updates and analysis as the Trojans kick off their highly-anticipated 2017 campaign.
Associate managing editor Eric He and sports editor Ollie Jung preview No. 4 USC's season opener against Western Michigan at the Coliseum on Saturday as the football season kicks off.
The road woes continued for the No. 23 USC Trojans as they dropped their third consecutive road game, 74-67, to the Arizona State Sun Devils Friday night. The Trojans (18-6, 7-4) also dropped their eight straight game as a ranked team. Sophomore guard Tra Holder led the Sun Devils (14-11, 4-8) with 20 points, including a dagger 3-pointer […]
In a season full of ups and downs, it seemed fitting for the the Trojans to end their 2015 campaign with a 23-21 loss to Wisconsin in the Holiday Bowl in a wild affair Wednesday night at Qualcomm Stadium. After the Badgers went ahead 23-21 with less than three minutes remaining in the game on a […]
Ed Orgeron wants to come back. After spending what felt like an eternity off the grid with his family in his Mandeville, Louisiana, home, the former interim head coach of USC football expressed to Bill Plaschke of the L.A. Times that he was open to the prospect of rejoining the Trojan family. In a column […]
USC basketball fans would like to forget this past season, when the Trojans only won two conference games. But first-year head coach Andy Enfield and fans got even more bad news on Wednesday when junior forward Byron Wesley, the team’s leading scorer from last season, announced that he would transfer and use his final year […]
The Trojans are catching on to first-year head coach Steve Sarkisian’s up-tempo system.
Columnist Jordyn Holman asked the USC community on their thoughts about Trojans Marqise Lee and Dion Bailey entering the NFL Draft, as well as their expectations for next fall’s football season. Follow Jordyn Holman and Razan Al Marzouqi on Twitter. Follow us @dailytrojan.
Behind an unrivaled resilience on both sides of the ball, the Trojans embodied the ‘one team, one heartbeat’ message that interim head coach Ed Orgeron had been preaching to them all week long leading up to Saturday’s showdown with the No. 4-ranked Stanford Cardinal. And on one kick, with the game hanging in the balance, […]