Attitude the key in Huskies’ win

October 12 Dennis J. Freeman 0

LOS ANGELES-This was personal for the University of Washington football team.  Beating USC wasn’t about luck. It felt more like a vindication. The Huskies brought with them a healthy dose of swag and a whole scoop of nerve to take down the mighty Trojans. The Huskies actually had the audacity […]


Huskies put the bite into Trojans

October 9 Dennis J. Freeman 0

LOS ANGELES-This is why they play the game. On paper, playing the Washington Huskies at home looked to be an easy win for USC. After strutting their stuff in a lopsided, proven victory on the road against Arizona State, the Trojans walked into the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum as heavy […]


UCLA gets burned by Sun Devils

October 4 Jevone Moore 0

PASADENA,CA – The Arizona State Sun Devils game to the Rose Bowl on a mission from their demeanor and the uniforms they picked for this prime time Fox television game. They continue to dominate in tackles for loss, averaging 9.3 per game this season, good for first nationally and first […]


One play separated Trojans from victory

September 22 Dennis J. Freeman 0

LOS ANGELES-The outcome of the USC-Stanford Pac-12 Conference showdown that took place Saturday at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum turned on one play. Yes, one play. It happened in the second quarter of a contest where the Trojans wore down under the massive, physical play of the Cardinals in a […]


Dominating times for JuJu and the Trojans

September 14 Dennis J. Freeman 0

LOS ANGELES-This just might wind up being the Year of JuJu. That would be a good thing for the USC Trojans. Even with a roster full of exceptional playmakers, wide receiver JuJu Smith-Schuster may just be the best of them all. Let’s go down the line and sum up the […]


Trojans’ big plays take out Red Wolves

September 6 Dennis J. Freeman 0

LOS ANGELES-The USC Trojans needed just four plays to put away Arkansas State in the team’s college football season opener at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum. They all came in the first two quarters of play. They were the kind of big plays that is expected of the Trojans during […]

UCLA Bruins Josh Rosen handing off to Paul Perkins. Photo by Jevone Moore

Rosen leads the way in Bruins’ win

September 6 Jevone Moore 0

Pasadena Ca, – The stage was set for a battle at high noon at the grassy field of the Rose Bowl. When the smoke cleared the UCLA Bruins cruised to 34-16 victory against Virginia. The true freshman starting quarterback, Josh Rosen, looked ready for the bright lights with great team […]


USC Looking to Get Defensive in 2015

September 4 Dennis J. Freeman 0

LOS ANGELES-Now that we’ve gotten all of the preliminary stuff out of the way, it’s time for some football. Mainly, it’s time for some USC football: tailgate parties, Traveler the horse doing victory laps around the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum field, and yeah, winning some football games. The expectations are […]


Cody Kessler is a Heisman Fit for Trojans

August 26 Dennis J. Freeman 0

LOS ANGELES-Cody Kessler is good. No, he’s better than good. He’s Heisman Trophy-watch good. After having one of the best seasons as a Trojan quarterback in the history of the school last season when he threw for 3, 826 yards and 39 touchdowns with just 5 INTs, Kessler is doing […]


Pac-12 Media Day 2015 – 100 Years of Champions

August 5 Jevone Moore 0

BURBANK, CA The Pac-12 the Conference of Champions will celebrate 100 years on its birthday Dec. 2. “As much as it is a time to celebrate, anniversaries like this are a great time to hit the pause button and reflect, both on where we’ve been and on where we’re going,” […]


Oregon: The new speed city

LOS ANGELES-It must be something in the water. The  University of Oregon is now the new “Speed City.” Welcome to the city limits which really has none when it comes to flying down the track.  San Jose State is the defacto “Speed City” team with legendary Olympians John Carlos, Tommie […]


A record day for USC’s Andre De Grasse

They say records are made to be broken. Well, the only thing that USC sprinter Andre De Grasse had on his mind when he showed up to run the 100 and 200 meters on the second day of the Pac-12  Conference Track and Field Championships at UCLA’s Elvin Drake Stadium, […]


Faulknor is Trojans’ Superwoman against Bruins

LOS ANGELE-USC Superwoman Alexis Faulknor was everything and all things in the Trojans’ dual meet against cross town rival UCLA on Sunday, May 3. With the Pac-12 prelims and championships now here over the next two weeks,  and the NCAA championships right around the corner, it is likely that Faulknor […]


Too Much Buckeyes for Ducks

January 14 Dennis J. Freeman 0

Big and fast will defeat little and fast every day of the week. That synopsis is what happened in the first national championship game formulated by the newly created College Football Playoffs system. Big Ten champion Ohio State and its third-string quarterback took Heisman Trophy winner Marcus Mariota and Oregon […]