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The Lost Men of Troy

LOS ANGELES-It was bound to happen. Say what you will about the luck of the Irish-good or bad-the men in the Green and Gold uniforms will be playing for a national championship-deserved or undeserved. The […]

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Trojans Pay Tribute to Junior Seau

Big tribute to honor Seau at first USC home game: 80,000 commemorative wristbands and Tribute wall in great Trojan’s memory. LOS ANGELES– The strength of the USC family and Trojan tradition both take center stage on Saturday September 1, 2012 at the […]

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Sisters Try to Lead Stanford to NCAA Title

Los Angeles-Yes, March Madness is here. Finally. All the crazy last-second shots, the spectacular finishes and highlight reel plays are coming full bore for the next several weekends. Stanford women’s basketball team could deal without […]

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Thomas is Oregon’s Black Mamba

By Dennis J. Freeman Move over, Kobe Bryant. There’s another Black Mamba in town. His name is De’Anthony Thomas. Bryant has earned that moniker as a quick-strike assassin on the basketball court as an NBA […]

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Robinson Ready to Lead Beavers

By Dennis J. Freeman  Oregon State men’s basketball coach Craig Robinson doesn’t lack for confidence. In his fourth season as the Beavers’ coach, Robinson, who is the brother-in-law of President Barack Obama, is expecting big […]

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College Football is Out of Control

Prostitutes. Strippers. Pay-for-play scandals. Drug trafficking operations. Payoffs for athletes and their parents. Test-cheating. Coaches being enamored with warped salaries. College football and sports athletics has spun out of control. It has been out of […]