Ron Holmes, a former USC basketball player in the 1980’s who is better known as the father of ex-UCLA star Shabazz Muhammad, was indicted Thursday for on federal bank fraud and conspiracy charges, according to the Las Vegas Review-Journal.
The indictment said Holmes and his partners obtained “mortgage loans by fraudulent means to buy houses,” from 2006 to 2009, the paper reported. The U.S. attorney’s office wants to recover $2.5 million from Holmes.
At the end of the day, it’s probably better Muhammad did not attend USC.
Third baseman Ryan McMahon of Santa Ana Mater Dei has been selected the most valuable player from the Trinity League. McMahon already signed with USC. Now it will be interesting to see where he gets drafted next month.
The college football analyst is slowly releasing his top 40 teams for next season and USC is not listed among teams 26-40. That means Steele probably has USC in his top 24. Interesting because Steele has UCLA No. 31 and some early polls list the Bruins ahead of the Trojans.
Marqise Lee makes a split-second appearance in this ad for the new Fox Sports 1 Channel. The ad seems to emphasize other sports scenes where people are being jerks. But at least the channel, which starts August 17th, should be available since it is replacing the Speed Channel.