Cornerback Josh Shaw was suspended indefinitely after he admitted he did not sprain his ankles while saving his nephew from drowning, according to the university. “We are extremely disappointed in Josh,” USC head football coach Steve Sarkisian said.
“I hate men.” —Margo Channing, All About Eve
“You think Philip Roth is better than Jane Austen? You’re crazy,” said one attendee at a meeting of the Jane Austen Society of North America’s Southwest chapter this weekend.
You’re the best football coach NU has ever had, Pat Fitzgerald. And we’re very worried that you might fly away to go help those other children at USC.
Or: A Proud Football Program Shoots Itself In The Groin.
“Fight on” is the most beautiful thing you’ve ever heard. And Chano’s should be part of every meal.
The best four years of your life, as seen through Sutro.
Get ready for some major fist-pumping. (Note: These are in no particular order.)
If you know anything about UCLA’s campus, you know that it’s ever evolving.
This might be your new steamy Reagan fantasy and it doesn’t include jelly beans.
Some research over at Gawker is suggesting that the student caught getting it on al fresco is possibly a student named Kasey Carpenter and possibly appeared in this cheesy music video. Keep your eye on the boy in the red plaid. It’s uncertain whether he is the infamous student having sex on the roof of USC, but let’s imagine him doing just that until we find out.
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Former USC superstar running back LenDale White is pissed.
This is everyone’s favorite video right now, at least according to YouTube trends. Everyone loves a last-minute three-pointer. Especially Josh Selby, who is a freshman at Kansas.
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The NFL Draft is about to get a lot more controversial due to a report by NFLDraftBible.com that USC linebackers Clay Matthews and Brian Cushing tested positive for steroids at the Scouting Combine. None of these tests have been confirmed yet, but the rumors themselves may well have a big effect on how high each of these prospects go in the upcoming draft. Here’s a roundup of what reporters and bloggers are saying about this story today.
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The single-season USC basketball player has allegedly been receiving gifts and cash from recruiters since high school. Mayo played one season at USC and will be heading into the NBA draft with a cloud hanging over his head. Louis Johnson, a former friend of Mayo’s, says the USC star has been receiving money and perks — like a flat-screen TV — from an L.A. promoter for several years.
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