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  1. USC Trojans weathering NCAA sanctions well two years later

    Garry Paskwietz

    Two years ago, the NCAA dropped what many thought was the kill shot to USC's program. But the Trojans haven't only survived thus far, but they have thrived in the aftermath.

    Story | Conversation | June 12, 2012
  2. USC Trojans style has yielded success against SEC teams

    Garry Paskwietz

    USC might be on the West Coast, but its style has held up well, both in the trenches and on the scoreboard, against the SEC.

    Story | Conversation | March 26, 2012
  3. Lane Kiffin: 'It's been a long two years'

    Pedro Moura

    USC head coach Lane Kiffin joined College Football Live to speak about how difficult it was going through sanctions and what it will be like now that the bowl ban is lifted....

    Blog | January 20, 2012
  4. Luck edges Barkley for a Heisman finalist slot

    Pedro Moura

    The reason Matt Barkley didn't get chosen as a Heisman Trophy finalist wasn't because of the NCAA sanctions against USC that kept the Trojans out of the Pac-12 Conference championship game and a subsequent bowl game this season. The reason he's no...

    Blog | December 05, 2011
  5. BCS officials consider fate of '04 title

    Associated Press

    Now that the NCAA has denied USC's appeal to reduce sanctions imposed on its football program, Bowl Championship Series officials will consider whether to strip the Trojans of their 2004 title. BCS executive director Bill Hancock says there is no ...

    Blog | May 26, 2011
  6. Pac-10: Trojans ineligible for '11 title game

    Pedro Moura

    For the next two seasons, NCAA sanctions make USC ineligible to play in a bowl game or to compete in a 13th game at all, presuming that game isn't played in Hawaii. But what about a conference championship game? According to Pac-10 spokesman Dave ...

    Blog | September 22, 2010