No es solamente 42: el barbero favorito de los atletas de USC

Diseño hecho por Iris Leung; foto cortesía de Peter Hernandez La energía se siente cuando entras en Flower Street Barbers. La manera que está organizado el hogar es muy estratégico — la colocación de la televisión y la música hip-hop que salta por todas las paredes. Mira por encima de la televisión hacia la izquierda […]

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Women’s tennis comes to a close

Senior Salma Ewing high fives her teammate Sloane Morra at their match against Cal March 26. (Andrew Kerner | Daily Trojan file photo) Last Thursday, the No. 19 women’s tennis season reached game, set and match. USC’s remaining players lost in the NCAA singles tournament, effectively ending the season. After falling in the second round of […]

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Anthony on LA: Buss must reconsider how Lakers are run

I’m back.  Those are the words Michael Jordan released in a fax when he returned to basketball in 1995. And those are the words I release today.  I am back.  OK, back from what exactly you may ask? I was gone for basically a month. Jordan was gone for two years. The sports section didn’t […]

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More than 42: USC’s favorite athlete barber

Design by Iris Leung; Photos courtesy of Peter Hernandez The energy pops out when you walk into Flower Street Barbers. Everything is strategic in the setup — from the placement of the TVs to the barring hip-hop music bouncing off the walls. Look up above the TV to the left and see Drake London’s jersey. […]

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USC’s offense shines in spring game

Junior receiver Brenden Rice, a transfer from Colorado, shields the ball from defenders while carrying the ball in USC’s spring game Saturday. (Vincent Leo | Daily Trojan) There was a buzz in the air walking past the peristyle before Saturday’s spring game. Fans piled in for the festivities full of a surplus sale of merchandise, […]

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Anthony on LA: Reflecting on being a sports editor

Friday night, I was in a limbo.  I originally planned on using this space to call for Lakers owner Jeanie Buss to sell the team, but that topic was no longer important to me. Granted, this was fresh off the Lakers firing Head Coach Frank Vogel in an embarrassing fashion. I had also grown tired […]

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Five takeaways from midway through spring practice

Sophomore quarterback Caleb Williams looks on during USC’s spring practice Thursday. Williams mentioned he’s been working on learning how to stay in the pocket and not move around as much as he did last season. (Amanda Chou | Daily Trojan) Three weeks have passed since USC began its first spring practice of the Lincoln Riley […]

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Anthony on LA: USC basketball is in its most important offseason

Now that March Madness is over, it’s naturally time to focus on football.  Spring is a fun time to evaluate schools and their progression for the upcoming season. USC definitely has a lot of buzz around it with new Head Coach Lincoln Riley. Like I said, we should naturally be talking about how Riley’s been […]

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Lincoln Riley breaks down early culture changes

Head Coach Lincoln Riley claps his hands as he looks on during a USC spring practice. Riley highlighted that players have brought energy and competitiveness through the first two weeks of practices. (Photo courtesy of USC Athletics) Through two weeks of spring practice, Head Coach Lincoln Riley is having fun.  When practices come around, he […]

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Lincoln Riley reflects on Dave Nichol’s passing

Dave Nichol, who joined Head Coach Lincoln Riley’s staff as associate head coach and inside wide recievers coach, passed away Friday after battling cancer. Riley credited Nichol with helping jumpstart his career, mentioning he wouldn’t be coaching without Nichol.  (Photo courtesy of USC Athletics) It was a somber Saturday Zoom press conference for Head Coach […]

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