Buckeyes make Trojans feel the heat

Jerry’s World has turned out to be a not-so-nice place to play for the USC Trojans. In 2016, Alabama laid hands on the Trojans in just about every which way during a 52-6 win at AT&T Stadium. Fast forward to the 2017 Cotton Bowl Classic. The opponent was different for the Trojans. The result was […]

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Inspiration fuels Georgia’s Rose Bowl rush

ANAHEIM, CA-The Rose Bowl Game presented by Northwestern Mutual kicked off its annual week of pre-game events in Anaheim, California, rolling out the red carpet for the Oklahoma Sooners and Georgia Bulldogs at Disneyland Resort during its Festival of Holidays celebration. Tournament of Roses President Lance Tibbet announced “Making a Difference” as this year’s theme […]

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Georgia, Oklahoma do the Disneyland tango

ANAHEIM, CA-It was a great day if you were a Georgia Bulldog or Oklahoma Sooner. The two teams, playing in one of the College Football Playoff semifinal games at the Rose Bowl on New Year’s Day, had their fill of Mickey Mouse and his pals as they hung out at the great resort called Disneyland […]

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Olympian gives students the 411 on being healthy

Los Angeles-Two-time Olympian Tasha Danvers believes that anything can be achieved through discipline. It is through the art of discipline that Danvers ran her way into the USC Track and Field Hall of Fame as an outstanding multi-event athlete. She would not have made the 2000 and 2008 Great Britain’s Olympic teams had she lacked […]

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Ice shows turns Knott’s Berry Farm into a merry place

BUENA PARK, CA-Every year during the holiday season, Knott’s Berry Farm transforms itself into Knott’s Merry Farm. Catering to the festive time of year, Knott’s Merry Farm gets lit. The Buena Park theme park switch gears from its traditional atmosphere of the Western genre to featuring a guy wearing a red suit as a fashion centerpiece. A romp through Knott’s Merry Farm’s idea […]

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Jordan spreads holiday joy with ‘DJ’s Six Days of Giving’

EL SEGUNDO, CA-If a photo is worth a thousands words, then a smile on the face of a youth rummaging though a toy store near Christmas should be worth a whole lot more. There were plenty of smiling going on recently at the Mattel Toy Store in El Segundo, California, as Los Angeles Clippers center DeAndre Jordan, through the […]

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Christmas comes early for students and their families

Lennox, CA-The holiday season can be quite depressing for some individuals and families. There are many who struggle just to make ends meet. The added burden of trying to buy gifts for loved ones can be daunting, to say the least. Instead of joy and thanksgiving, stress and anxiety become their best friend around Christmas […]

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Rams show their Christmas side

Inglewood, CA-Christmas means a lot of things to a lot of people. For Los Angeles Rams players Kevin Peterson and Cameron Lynch, the prerequisites are enjoying family, sharing with others, community involvement and showing love. The two men have had to take different pathways to reach the NFL. For Peterson, a second-year player from Oklahoma […]

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Boise State gets defensive in Las Vegas Bowl

LAS VEGAS, NV-For the Oregon Ducks, a rough season turned into a tidal wave of unfortunate luck in the 2017 Las Vegas Bowl. The Boise State Broncos saw the game as a completion of a stellar season. The Broncos prevailed against the Ducks, winning the game by the score of 38-28. The final outcome plastered […]

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Is it bye time for Seattle and the Legion of Boom?

That five-year window of supremacy have all but closed for the Seattle Seahawks.  It is interesting how the mighty have fallen. The reign of the Legion of Boom may not be over, but it sure as heck is getting closer to taking a final bow as the most feared defense in the National Football League. […]

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Youth-infused Clippers buying into Rivers’ message

LOS ANGELES, CA-A lot of people jumped off the Los Angeles Clippers’ bandwagon when the team traded Chris Paul in the summer. When four of the five opening night starters filtered out of the lineup because of injuries, some questioned if the franchise had been bit by an organizational curse. Adding to that drama was a nine-game losing […]

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Chargers gearing up for a playoff run

CARSON, CA-Surprise. Surprise. The Los Angeles Chargers started their 2017 season cold enough to freeze an ice pack. They’re pretty hot now. And in first place. After their 0-4 start, the Chargers weren’t just counted out to make the playoffs. They were counted out for the season. Hopes of winning the AFC West Division was deemed […]

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Lou Williams gives Clippers a 3-point lifeline

LOS ANGELES, CA-What would the Clippers do without Lou Williams? That’s a narrative that Clippers coach Doc Rivers would probably not think about. In the wake of the Clippers losing four of their five opening day starters to injuries for an extended time, Williams has been the void-filler with his automatic scoring sprees and his […]

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The Cleveland Browns and the art of losing

CARSON, CA-Cleveland Browns fans are hopeful that the best is yet to come. They believe the future is still bright. They’re optimistic that things will turnaround for their team. When that time comes, nobody knows. It’s been a dry period of losses for the Browns and their fans for quite some time. Winning an NFL […]

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NFL ushers in the endzone celebration era

NFL celebrations have been a hot topic lately, especially since the league decided to change the rules surrounding celebrations by players in the offseason. NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell sent a letter to football fans earlier this year detailing a change to the rules concerning celebrations on the field. The change in the rules would allow for […]

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