1. NBA's Battle for Los Angeles: Can the Lakers Hold Off the Clippers?

    Back on December 8, Derek Fisher’s buzzer-beater enabled the Lakers to edge out the Clippers, their Staples Center co-tenants, 87-86. That started the Clippers on a four-game slide...

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  2. Los Angeles Clippers: Will They Surpass the Lakers As the L.A. NBA Favorites?

    Back on Dec. 8, Derek Fisher’s buzzer-beater enabled the Lakers to edge out the Clippers, their Staples Center co-tenants, 87-86. That started the Clippers on a four-game slide...

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  3. Los Angeles Lakers' Phil Jackson: The Quintessential Media Manipulator

    In your heart, you know Phil Jackson was correct. Maybe not appropriate but certainly spot on. Jackson’s comment on the coaching situation in Miami was indeed calculated and not just an off-the-cuff blurt...

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  4. Oregon-USC Football: Live Blog, Stats, Analysis

    Good evening, everybody. Welcome to the live blog of today’s featured game between the top-ranked Oregon Ducks and the resurgent USC Trojans from the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum...

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  5. USC: Can the Trojans Make It All Go Away?

    Twenty-four hours! That’s what a win over No. 1 Oregon would mean to the Trojans. During an interview on 710 ESPN Radio, Lane Kiffin was asked what a win over the Ducks would mean...

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  6. USC-OREGON: Here Come the Ducks—No Blinking Allowed

    Oregon is coming to the Coliseum next Saturday. They may take a charter flight or simply sprint down the Pacific Coast Highway. That will probably be faster than dealing with all the congestion at LAX...

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  7. USC Defense Not Out of the Woods Yet

    After four lackluster performances against unranked teams followed by a last second loss to Washington at the Coliseum, many USC fans had figured a Stanford blowout was on the way and had filed away the Oregon game in the “L” column...

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  8. USC Trojans: A COMPLETE GAME – Finally!

    If you were one of those fans who got off the bandwagon one or two games back, you were probably anywhere but the Coliseum today. It was one of those drizzly, overcast days reminding one of the Pacific Northwest...

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  9. USC Trojans Football: The Team Fans Love to Hate

    Not counting USC or Cal fans, how many college football fans across the nation do you think are rooting for Cal on Saturday? 50%...70%...90%? They may not like their uniforms...

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  10. USC Football's Defense: Coming to Their Defense

    What on earth is wrong with the USC defense? Obviously, it must be the coaching. Right? The staff needs to overhaul the entire defense...

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  11. Stanford Outlasts One-Dimensional USC Trojans

    The Trojans were one-dimensional tonight. But what a brilliant dimension it was. Stanford’s Jim Harbaugh loaded the box determined to stop the Trojan running game...

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  12. USC Trojans Hope Luck Is Not-So-Good

    Don’t wish the Trojans good luck on Saturday. If anything wish them not-so-good Luck. You know the old saying: "You make your own luck...

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  13. Unranked USC Tries to Tackle No. 16 Stanford

    For the first time since 2001, Pete Carroll’s first year at the helm, the USC Trojans are unranked. They dropped out of the Top 20 with an upset loss to Washington last Saturday, 32-31...

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  14. USC Trojans, Where Are the Leaders? Step Up, Please

    Last spring, the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim drafted and signed Jake Locker, a center fielder, to a professional baseball contract...

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  15. USC Trojans Cannot Finish Off the Washington Huskies

    It was a night of wasted opportunities for both teams. But most of all the Trojans showed that they just do not have the drive to finish teams off. “We’ve got to do a better job...

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  16. USC's Offense Faces a Husky Task This Saturday

    The USC defense is still very much a work in progress. Although the front four are ready to step up their game to the next level, the linebackers and secondary need more time to mature into their respective roles...

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  17. USC Trojans End Fall Camp, Part Two

    Although the NCAA has placed severe sanctions on the Trojans, they did not restrict USC from having an extra month of Fall Camp...

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  18. USC or UCLA: Who Got the Bigger Boost Today?

    On the day when USC nearly played a complete game, UCLA overshadowed them with the day’s biggest upset and finally a signature win for Rick Neuheisel. Both teams, however, are feeling good about their victories today...

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  19. USC Offense, Please Identify Yourselves Now!

    Who Are You? the classic by Keith Moon and The Who could be the theme song for all the Trojan faithful. After three games against relative cream puffs, Lane Kiffin’s offense is still groping for an identity...

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  20. Lane Kiffin Has USC Flipping and Flopping

    A “flip flop” game, that’s what Lane Kiffin called Game Two against Virginia. In Game One against Hawaii, the offense looked like a well-oil machine while the defense looked more like BP’s ruptured well in the Gulf...

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  21. Reggie Bush Should Eat Those Sour Grapes!

    If you are a Trojan alum or fan and you enjoy drinking Red Bull, STOP!! It could be hazardous to your allegiance to USC. You see, Red Bull is one of the many products that ex-Heisman Trophy winner, Reggie Bush endorses...

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  22. Lane Kiffin Has the Same Problems as Pete Carroll at USC

    Now Lane Kiffin knows what Pete Carroll was up against last season. Shoddy tackling and penalties had more to do with Carroll moving onto the NFL then the pending sanctions. There was simply no way that Carroll could fix it...

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  23. LaMichael James Has the Highlight of Week 2 in Oregon's Win Over Tennessee

    Oregon’s ground game just couldn’t get started in the first half of their game tonight in Tennessee and trailed the Volunteers early 13-3. It looked as though the inexperienced Volunteers were going to run away with contest against the No...

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  24. USC Football Week 2: Yes, Santa, There Is a Virginia

    And they’re coming to town this Saturday night for the very first time ever. So, you’d better watch out, Trojan fans. This won’t be the blowout that went down two years ago in Charlottesville...

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  25. Lane Kiffin Won't Change USC's No-Tackle Practices

    This weekend, the Oregon and Arizona defenses shut out their respective opponents, New Mexico and Toledo, while USC’s defense gave up 588 yards and 36 points to the Hawaii Warriors...

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