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  1. Orgeron bandwagon takes hit in loss

    Steve Bisheff

    If not Coach O, then who? That was the lingering question among those USC fans suffering through a massive hangover in the aftermath of Saturday night's 35-14 loss to UCLA. The wildly emotional "Hire Ed Orgeron" campaign that undeniably had bee...

    Blog | December 01, 2013
  2. Notebook: Injuries decimate skill positions

    Garry Paskwietz

    One of the biggest topics for USC fans in the aftermath of the loss to Notre Dame was the impact of the game on the job status of interim coach Ed Orgeron. It wasn't that fans pinned the loss on Orgeron but the general consensus was that the loss ...

    Blog | October 23, 2013
  3. 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
  4. How USC Trojans finish season will define them

    Garry Paskwietz

    The 2011 Trojans can't hang their hat on a classic battle with Stanford as their defining moment. Kiffin's insistance that they 'finish' applies to the enitre season.

    Story | Conversation | October 31, 2011
  5. USC can learn from Kiffin experience

    Steve Bisheff

    If nothing else, the ugly aftermath of the Lane Kiffin era is clear. USC should never be a proving ground for head coaches. It should be a place for only a head coach who already has demonstrated the ability to win at this level. That should ...

    Blog | September 29, 2013
  6. Signing day aftermath

    Pedro Moura

    National signing day is over, USC having bagged 22 signees to go along with eight early enrollees to bring the roster's current total to a respectable 80 scholarship players. Of the 30, here are the five most likely to make an immediate impact with ...

    Blog | February 03, 2011