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Lane Kiffin's third year at USC ended with a thud when the Trojans lost to the then 6-7 Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets on New Years Eve. In a year in which everyone thought the Heisman and crystal football would be making their way to L.A., USC finished the season at 7-6. Kiffin didn't do so bad in his first year, which coincided with the start of USC's bowl ban. He went 8-5 before raising the bar (along with expectations) by going 10-2 and finishing 6th in the AP poll during the 2011 campaign. Coming out of the postseason ban, the Trojans were the preseason favorite to make the trip to Miami in 2012. They were loaded with talent, featuring a Heisman front runner at quarterback and two game changers at wide receiver.
So what happened? There was the early loss to Stanford in Week 3, but the Trojans seemed to rebound nicely until the trip to Arizona. After falling to the Wildcats in a crazy shootout, USC would only win one more game. Finishing the season, especially one in...
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It’s safe to say that of every major program in college football, no team has dealt with more off the field drama than USC over the past several months. The Trojans entered the season ranked No. 1 in the country in most polls, before losing five of their last six games and limping to a 7-6 record overall. Entering 2013 there is little doubt in anyone’s mind that Lane Kiffin is...
Yesterday we reported on the rumor that was circulating on the USC Trojans players being involved in a wild brawl between themselves following their embarrassing Sun Bowl loss to Georgia Tech.
Southern Cal head coach Lane Kiffin is now disputing that claim, saying that “his players argued with each other after the loss, but no punches were thrown,” via College Football Talk...
It is being reported that 10 to 15 members of the USC Trojans football team were involved in an altercation following the team's loss in the Sun Bowl.
USC head coach Lane Kiffin has selected Clancy Pendergast to become the Trojans' defensive coordinator, a person familiar with the situation said Thursday.
Pendergast's hiring could be formalized in the next few days after the school completes a background check, said the individual, who requested anonymity because the hiring is not yet official.
Even though conference play has just begun, the college basketball coaching carousel is already in motion. After going 45-61 with only one NCAA Tournament appearance in four years, USC fired coach Kevin O’Neil after yet another slow star for the Trojans.
Although known as a football school, USC basketball is a solid coaching job because of the location, academic standing, facilities...
Unquiet on the Western Front - The Pac-12, Mountain West, and BYU.
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USC head football coach Lane Kiffin is recruiting techniques are called "shady" by a high school football coach. (USA Today/azcentral.com)
According to Jim.
Arizona hires Jim Michalczikas its new offensive line coach. (Arizona Sports)
USCs football coaching staff continued to turn over Friday.
As expected, the school announced that Clancy Pendergast has been hired as defensive coordinator, replacing Monte Kiffin. Linebackers coach Scottie Hazelton also will depart to become Nevada's defensive coordinator, according to Bruce Feldman of CBSSports.com.
Pendergast, 45, was defensive coordinator at California...
With University of Southern California (USC) senior quarterback Matt Barkley shelved due to a sprained AC joint, a rumble pitting freshmen against seniors apparently erupted in the Trojans locker room after the team was embarrassed 21-7 by Georgia Tech in … Continue reading →
Many talented athletes from across the nation have been hard at work this week practicing for the East-West Shrine Game in St. Petersburg, Florida. USC defensive lineman Wes Horton came all the way across the country to work on his game and hope to impress the scouts and coaches watching. He talks about his week in Florida and more right here.