Evan Mobley drafted third overall by Cleveland Cavaliers

(Simon Park | Daily Trojan) Former USC forward Evan Mobley was selected by the Cleveland Cavaliers as the No. 3 overall pick of the 2021 NBA Draft Thursday. He followed Onyeka Okongwu as the second consecutive USC lottery pick, and was tied with OJ Mayo for the highest selected Trojan in the NBA Draft.  Jumping […]

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Coliseum to host maximum capacity events in fall

An empty Coliseum during the Pac-12 Championship game between USC and Oregon. USC Athletic Director Mike Bohn announced guidelines will be reevaluated no later than Sept. 1. (Daily Trojan File Photo) For the first time since 2019, Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum will be the site of an internal migration on Saturdays, with fans from all […]

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Anthony on LA: Can the Clippers complete another comeback?

Another week means another column, and this time is the last time. Well, at least until August.  And the Los Angeles Clippers are still alive.  No, they didn’t roll over and die after the series was tied two games to two against the Utah Jazz. And, no, they didn’t hide in a corner and cry […]

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Trojans take on Tokyo

(Alyssa Shao | Daily Trojan) With the Summer 2020 Olympics right around the corner, USC athletes and alumni, representing seven sports, eight countries and counting as trials continue, prepare to take on the Games.   The Trojans have a rich history at the Olympics. Since 1904, 472 athletes have been associated with the Olympics, playing […]

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Amelia Garvey is ready to take on the golfing world

Design by Alyssa Shao; Photo courtesy of Amelia Garvey May was a hectic month for Amelia Garvey, the 5-foot-9 inch calm and lighthearted former USC golfer. She turned 21-years-old, graduated from USC with a degree in communication and became a professional golfer all in one week.  That week is just one example of how Garvey […]

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Playing for profit: Kyle Larson’s dominant run reveals hypocrisy in NASCAR

So, NASCAR is in an odd place right now. In the last year or so, the sport has increased its efforts to promote social justice initiatives. Through this year of supposed progress, NASCAR’s main selling point was its commitment to racial equity and diversity within the sport.  The only Black driver in NASCAR’s top division, […]

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USC grad turns passion into a career

Design by Alyssa Shao; Photo courtesy of Aron Cohen Growing up, everyone becomes a fan of something. Whether it’s an artist or a band or an athlete, the bubbly energy of watching them often results in passion. That passion evolves into an obsession, and obsession into a determination to know every single thing about the […]

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Anthony on LA: With their playoff series tied, the Clippers have a chance

The NBA playoffs this year have been full of storylines.  Can the Brooklyn Nets superteam dominate the league and win their franchise’s first NBA Championship? Who from the Eastern Conference can even challenge the Nets?  Can Chris Paul and the Phoenix Suns finally make the NBA Finals?  But, the biggest and most intriguing storyline on […]

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Former men’s basketball star Tahj Eaddy releases film

Former guard Tahj Eaddy in a behind the scenes photo at Galen Center. All of the production and filming came together in just one week, with shots taken at three distinct locations. (Photo courtesy of Reed Martin) An Elite Eight run in March Madness ended in a deplorable fashion for redshirt senior guard Tahj Eaddy. […]

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Women’s Track & Field wins NCAA Outdoor National Championship

Image courtesy of USC Athletics; Design by Alyssa Shao In a national championship event, the heart beats faster, time moves slowly and the pressure can be suffocating. It’s where collegiate athletes can make or break their career path.  Behind record-breaking performances, the Trojans won their second NCAA outdoor National Championship in three years Saturday. Redshirt […]

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