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  1. Ohio State: What might have been?

    Ted Miller

    Ohio State posted one of the great "What might have been?" seasons in the history of college football this year. Just imagine what might have happened had the unbeaten Buckeyes, say, anticipated oncoming NCAA sanctions and self-imposed a bowl ban ...

    Blog | December 31, 2012
  2. Season recap: USC

    Ted Miller

    USC TROJANS Record: 10-2, 7-2 Pac-12 USC returned to the nation's elite in year two under coach Lane Kiffin, and it's a pity that the Trojans can't represent the Pac-12 in the bowl season due to dubious NCAA sanctions because few teams played...

    Blog | December 07, 2011
  3. Pac-12: Did you know?

    Ted Miller

    Some notes to get you through the hours until Saturday. Many thanks to ESPN Stats & Information. Four Pac-12 teams are already bowl-eligible: Stanford, Oregon, Arizona State and Washington (USC doesn't count due to NCAA sanctions). Three more...

    Blog | November 11, 2011
  4. Rant and rage, USC fans, then move on

    Ted Miller

    First things first. USC fans, you have a right to be outraged by the NCAA infractions appeals committee decision to uphold all penalties against the Trojans football program. The sanctions -- two-year bowl ban, a 30-scholarship reduction over thre...

    Blog | May 26, 2011
  5. WSJ: USC is the big show

    Ted Miller

    When NCAA sanctions against USC included a two-year postseason ban, the bowl season took a major hit. Or at least that's what the Wall Street Journal says. "When Southern California is in a bowl game, TV viewers tune in," the business newspaper re...

    Blog | December 28, 2010
  6. What we learned in the Pac-10: Week 7

    Ted Miller

    What did we learn this week? USC ain't dead yet: USC can't play in a bowl game due to NCAA sanctions. It was coming off consecutive losses on last-second field goals. There were lots of injuries for a thin team lacking numbers. The defense has loo...

    Blog | October 17, 2010