Lincoln Riley era begins as USC finishes season with 24-14 loss to Berkeley

Redshirt senior running back Vavae Malepeai carries the ball during USC’s game against Arizona. Malepeai had 107 yards rushing against Cal in his final game. (Patrick Hannan | Daily Trojan) In a matchup rescheduled two weeks ago following positive coronavirus cases within the UC Berkeley team, it was fitting that viewers from home had to […]

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USC to face UC Berkeley in postponed final game of season

Sophomore wide receiver Gary Bryant Jr. had 56 yards on 5 receptions with 1 touchdown against BYU at Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum Saturday. (Patrick Hannan | Daily Trojan) USC is set to travel to UC Berkeley to play the Bears in the final game of the season. The Trojans are looking to avoid their first […]

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NFL Winners and Losers: Week 12 gave us curses, gossip and everything in between

I know, I know, Lincoln Riley is coming to USC, Brian Kelly is going to LSU, Michigan beat Ohio State for the first time in forever and it feels like everything that happened in America’s biggest sport happened in the college landscape. But the NFL marched on for another week as well and delivered some […]

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Lincoln Riley predicted to boost USC recruiting

Five-star running back Raleek Brown is the No. 2 best running back in the 2022 recruiting class after rushing for over 1000 yards with 12 touchdowns this season. (Photo courtesy of Raleek Brown on Twitter @raleek2) This week has been one of the most eventful ones in recent USC football history, with former Oklahoma Head Coach […]

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No. 20 USC opens Pac-12 play Wednesday against Utah

Junior guard Ethan Anderson brings up the ball during USC’s game against Dixie State Nov. 22. Anderson is averaging 7 points per game. (Simon Park | Daily Trojan) USC’s undefeated men’s basketball team will open up its Pac-12 schedule Wednesday against Utah at Galen Center. Utah enters the game with a 5-1 record, with its only […]

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Press Play to Start: ‘Katamari Damacy’ reminds us of what makes esports so great

It’s finally the end of the semester. Who would’ve thought that we would make it this far? Looking back, there were so many uncertainties and obstacles we had to face. I am sure you, dear reader, also had your own hurdles to overcome. So be sure to pat yourself on the back for all that […]

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No. 1 men’s water polo prepares for NCAA Tournament

Senior 2-meter Jake Ehrhardt holds the ball during USC’s match against UCLA on Nov. 6. Ehrhardt had 2 goals and 1 assist in the win. (Vincent Leo | Daily Trojan) No. 1 men’s water polo is headed to its 17th straight NCAA tournament, and it has one very good reason for why it can win […]

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Women’s soccer head coach Keidane McAlpine leaves position after eight seasons

Following a year where USC went on a historical unbeaten run during the regular season, women’s soccer Head Coach Keidane McAlpine will become the new head coach at Georgia after leading the Trojans for eight seasons, according to a media release Tuesday.  “We are so grateful for Keidane’s service and commitment to our student-athletes, athletics […]

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Pro Prose: The battle for the West is heating up

The Suns are on fire. The Warriors won’t stop winning. The two best teams in the NBA will put their win streaks on the line when they face off Tuesday in Phoenix.  Both teams have had exceptional starts to their seasons. The Suns have won their last 16 games after starting the season with a […]

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USC wins in early tournament

Junior forward Isaiah Mobley posted a season-high 18 points against San Diego State in the Paycom Wooden Legacy tournament final Friday. (Simon Park | Daily Trojan) Before the Paycom Wooden Legacy tournament’s championship game tip off, chants for San Diego State blared throughout the Anaheim Convention Center.  Although USC handled its first opponent in the […]

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