USC Morning Buzz, Part II

USC visits Cal’s Memorial Stadium for the first time since it reopened last year following extensive renovations. The reception will be better than the Trojans’ first trip in 1924.

Before that game, the USC graduate manager was informed by a Cal official that neither the Bears nor Stanford would be playing USC anymore.

“We don’t like your university,” the USC official was told.

USC played Cal that day anyway but canceled its game with Stanford, scheduled for the following week. St. Mary’s was the substitute opponent and upset the Trojans, 14-10.

USC only lost two games that year but Coach Elmer Henderson was fired. At the time, Cal and Stanford were the only teams that would draw large crowds to the new Coliseum and losing the Bay Area teams was partly blamed Henderson. USC then hired Howard Jones, who became one of the most successful coaches in school history with four national titles

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  • Trojan Hoarse

    Now, the Cal official would say: “We don’t like your beat writer”……And we couldn’t help but to agree……

    • B.Miller

      Who does?

      • Trojan Hoarse

        The National Enquirer?………..

  • Lajollaboy

    Interesting history

  • another historical note praising Yesterday U’s dozen paper chapeenships, some of them not worth the toilet paper they’re written on!!!

    wolfman, there’s nothing here for the Cadre to use!! when’s the last time you even GAVE us a Gumball, wolfman??? have you sold out???

    what did Bounce Pass Hadden give you wolfman?? a gift certificate to some soccer jersey outlet??

    we don’t even KNOW you anymore, wolfman…

    • TexMex

      Poor phucket is butt hurt…

      • TrojanFan

        Playing butt darts can be a rough and tough game….ouch!!

    • TrojanFan

      The cadre needs you to get the shitters cleaned, hurry up!

  • B.Miller

    Hey wolf.. Any news on Recruiting? you have not reported on anything of relevance..

  • Golden Trojan

    Interesting how far college football has come with schedules contracted out years ahead and TV controlling the schedule, how funny a game would just be cancelled for next week, a simpler era.