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Robert Woods on Breaking ‘SC Reception Record: “At the Friday night meeting Coach Kiffin let me know the record would be broken.”

Thursday, September 8th, 2011

Saturday afternoon was a historic day out in sunny Southern California as Robert Woods and Matt Barkley made history against the Minnesota Gophers. Woods hauled in 17 passes , breaking the USC single-game mark of 15 set by Johnnie Morton in 1993. He also totaled 177 yards receiving and 3 touchdowns. ...

USC Athletic Director Pat Haded: ADs Need to Better Educate University Presidents

Thursday, August 25th, 2011

USC athletic director Pat Haden already came out and said he believes the NCAA system is broken. Now he's shedding some more light on what he thinks can be done to fix it. At the top, Haden says he and other athletic directors need to do a better job of educating ...

Lane Kiffin Blames College Football’s Troubles on a Relentless and Increasingly Negativity Media Landscape

Tuesday, August 23rd, 2011

We can all agree it's been a tough offseason for college football. Heck, it's been a tough couple of years when you look at the major programs that have been under investigation -- USC, Ohio State, Michigan, Tennessee, Miami, North Carolina, to name the most prominent of the much longer ...

Lockout Chatter Has Helped Seattle Seahawks Receiver Mike Williams Dodge The Usual Weight Questions

Monday, July 25th, 2011

To Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Mike Williams, a lockout is nothing new. As he puts it, he basically locked himself out of the league for two years because of weight issues and incidents with coaches and management, all of which collectively made it seemed like Williams was going to throw ...

Matt Barkley Would Still Choose USC If He Could Do It All Over Again

Thursday, June 16th, 2011

From the minute he stepped foot on campus at USC, Matt Barkley had star written all over his face and looked like a quarterback who could potentially lead his team to a National Championship. The lights weren’t shining too bright, he embraced the big stage, and he had the “it” ...

Wisconsin Athletic Director Barry Alvarez: “To Win, You Don’t Have to do Things Illegally”

Thursday, June 2nd, 2011

With recent NCAA violations committed by USC and Ohio State and many more investigations into other programs, it's becoming increasingly harder to believe that teams can compete at an elite level without cheating. Wisconsin athletic director Barry Alvarez wants to make it clear that not everyone is cheating. "To win, you ...

Meet David Sills, USC’s Quarterback in 2016.

Friday, March 25th, 2011

He may not be eligible to sign a letter of intent until 2015, but 14-year old David Sills has already committed verbally to the USC Trojans. Lane Kiffin has been aggressive in his early pursuit of Sills, offering the kid a full scholarship at the ripe age of 13. Disgusting. ...

Lane Kiffin Reflects on a Grueling yet Fruitful Recruiting Season: “We went 8-5, there’s no time for a vacation.”

Thursday, February 24th, 2011

Year one of the Lane Kiffin era at USC was hardly a disappointment. Not considering the uphill battle the former Oakland Raiders and Tennessee Volunteers head coach faced in the wake of the sanctions placed on the program by the NCAA. Don't tell that to Kiffin though. The Trojans coach, ...

R. Jay Soward Says Players Taking Money From Agents is Super-Prevalent

Friday, October 15th, 2010

This past week, former NFL agent Josh Luchs came clean in a recent interview with Sports Illustrated and said that he provided cash and a number of benefits to college football players to try and get them to sign with him as clients. There have been many cases of this ...

Lane Kiffin on Reggie Bush: “He Was The Best Player … That Hasn’t Changed”

Thursday, September 16th, 2010

Lane Kiffin was at USC for the Reggie Bush era. He remembers Bush as the best player in college football in 2005 and says, despite the fact that USC and Bush have now each returned their Heisman Trophy, nothing will change that fact. He may be right, except for the fact ...