It looks like Taj Gibson’s twitter page was suspended. That’s too bad because he made some interesting comments on it and made a worthwhile stop.
Some football recruiting and a Tim Floyd-Kevin O’Neill comparison in this segment.
Oregon’s new uniforms give the Ducks the option of 80 different jersey combinations during the 2009 season.
A charity softball game will be held at Dedeaux Field on July 23 help the Greater Los Angeles Chapter of The ALS Association continue to provide services and programs to people fighting ALS (amyotrophic lateral sclerosis).
The Strike Out Lou Gehrig’s Disease All Star Softball Game between Team Hollywood against The USC Legends starts at 7 p.m.
Team Hollywood includes Nancy O’Dell (“Access Hollywood”), Danny Pino (“Cold Case”), Kate Linder (“Young and the Restless”), and Jessica Mendoza (USA Women’s softball Olympic Gold Medal winner). Additional celebrities scheduled to play include Richard Roundtree (“Shaft”), former USC football player Matt Willig (“Year One”), Art LaFleur (“Field of Dreams”), Melinda Clarke (“The O.C.”) and Michael Steger (“90210″).
USC Legends celebrities include Marcus Allen, Charles White, Anthony Davis, Fred Lynn, Bret Boone, Don Buford, Inger Miller, Johnnie Morton, Sammy Lee, Tom House and Steve Kemp.
Hopefully Morton will play longer than he lasted in his MMA fight.
Tickets: (818) 865-8067.
Following up on yesterday’s Snap Thought regarding baseball, perhaps we should to see if the Trojans will play 40 home games next season to try and produce a winning record.
Former USC strength coach Charr Gahagan, who was hired by Steve Sarkisian at Washington, recently quit to become head strength coach at North Texas.
It’s definitely summer time when a Michael Jackson question sneaks into here.