Here’s a picture of the award winners at the 1958 USC football banquet. Left to right: Left guard Lou Byrd; Larry Gilhooly; right tackle Monte Clark, who accepted for center Ken Antle, who was in the hospital and left end Hillard Hill.
USC football player Jim Hardy was named most valuable player of the 1945 Rose Bowl, a 25-0 victory over Tennessee. In this photo, he is recovering from an injury while playing for the Chicago Cardinals in 1951, presumably against the Los Angeles Rams and holding a copy of the Los Angeles Examiner. Photo courtesy of USC digital library.
I’m trying to remember how often ESPN isn’t at USC on Signing Day? But the network announced today that reporter Holly Rowe will be stationed at USC on Signing Day. I’m sure we’ll hear all about the text messages from Steve Sarkisian. Hopefully, Tee Martin won’t blast anyone else’s recruits in the War Room while being filmed by the athletic dept.
According to Bovada, the past five times a team returned to the Super Bowl for a second straight year and got points from oddsmakers, they lost all five and failed to cover the spread even one time.
The Seahawks are currently two-point underdogs. So is Pete Carroll so good that even this type of historical trend makes no difference?