USC athletic director Pat Haden addressed rumors about him potentially stepping down from his job in his monthly "State of Troy" posting.
Is anybody else ready for some football?After one of the strangest weeks in the history of USC football, the Trojans get to put the focus back on the field Saturday, and kickoff can’t come soon enough.
USC athletic director Pat Haden weighed in on the subject of the NCAA “power five” vote that took place on Thursday, giving greater autonomy to the top five conferences in creating rules that apply to their group.
Lawyers get busted on plenty. Rightfully so. They often make a living out of complicating the simple. The best lawyers elevate disingenuousness to an art form.
USC officially will be done with NCAA sanctions on Tuesday, so the Los Angeles Times published a package this weekend looking back and projecting forward, talking to -- or getting turned down for interviews by -- some of the key players in the most egregious miscarriage of justice in the history of NCAA enforcement.
One of the major items of interest coming out of this week's Pac-12 meetings in Phoenix was the possibility of moving the Pac-12 championship game to a neutral site -- specifically the San Francisco 49ers' new home, Levi's Stadium, in Santa Clara, California.
USC athletic director Pat Haden talks about Pac-12 meetings and the College Football Playoff.
PHOENIX -- The overriding message coming out of Pac-12 meetings is that major changes in college football governance are now inevitable, even if the details and long-term consequences of those changes remain unclear.
7's the key number here. Think about it. 7-Elevens. 7 dwarves. 7, man, that's the number. 7 chipmunks twirlin' on a branch, eatin' lots of sunflowers on my uncle's ranch.
Happy Friday. Arizona gets a commitment from a running back. A look at the new-look Arizona State defense. Previewing California's special teams.
The first practice was on speed dial. The tempo was frenetic. The energy was palpable.The Steve Sarkisian Era opened in a blur with the new head coach happily immersed in the middle of his revolutionary -- for USC, at least -- no-huddle offense, calling the plays, communicating with his quarterbacks and carefully positioning his running backs and receivers.
From now until fall practice, first-year USC Trojans coach Steve Sarkisian will be making decisions that not only affect his team and program but the general perception of the proceedings.
The big news for USC's 2013 campaign wasn't the season itself but the firing of coach Lane Kiffin. That, however, also was the transformative moment of the season, as the Trojans bounced back from a dispiriting 3-2 start to finish 10-4 and rank 19th, rallying under interim coach Ed Orgeron.
LOS ANGELES -- The clock is ticking towards 2014, and it’s time for some cardinal and gold New Year’s resolutions.I resolve to always appreciate and remember the 2013 Trojans and what a tremendous accomplishment it was to win 10 games in spite of the horrendous circumstances and drama.
Postseason awards and All-America teams are a hot, and always controversial, topic this week.Chris in Lake Stevens, Wash. writes: (Ka'Deem) Carey over (Bishop) Sankey?