The Trojans drop their second straight game and drop to 8-4. Houston is 10-2. USC plays Pepperdine on Saturday at 2 p.m.
Last week, USC defensive line coach Chris Wilson’s son, Caleb, a quarterback, enrolled at Serra. This means Wilson can attend Serra games to watch his son play.
It was a canny move because he joins a team that already has seven players with scholarship offers. Senior linebacker John Houston, lineman Rasheem Green, tailback Malik Roberson, defensive lineman Corey Adolphus and defensive back Stanley Norman.
There’s also junior wide receiver Brandon Burton and linebacker Blake Walls. This follows the eight players who signed letters of intent with colleges (including USC) last month. How did they not win a Southern Section title last season?
The Trojans win a nailbiter and now have the privilege of playing No. 1 seeded Stanford at 6 p.m. on the unviewable Pac-12 Network. Cassie Harberts led the Trojans with 14 points while
It’s all tied up at Key Arena in Seattle at the Pac-12 women’s basketball tournament. Cassie Harberts leads the Trojans with 10 points.
UPDATED: USC up 35-30 with 13:08 remaining.
Windward of Los Angeles has never really been known as a football hot bed but two players picked up offers from USC. Sophomore linebacker Breland Brandt was offered today. Offensive lineman Roy Hemsley was previously offered.
The Trojans also offered Loyola High junior defensive end Christian Rector.
We hear the unretiring of the No. 5 for incoming freshman Adoree Jackson is still under review for next season. Between that and this week’s trashing of the No. 55 jersey tradition, it’s quite a time for the fifth digit.
Tailback Ronald Jones, just offered a scholarship by USC this week, named his top six schools: USC, Arkansas, Baylor, Iowa, Oklahoma and Miami. Jones is ranked the No. 2 tailback in the nation.
Earlier this week, we mentioned USC offered at least 15 recruits from Florida for the Class of 2015. That number is above 15 as the Trojans have also offered tight end Devonaire Clarington of Hialeah, Fla. He is one of the top five tight ends in the country according to Rivals.
Meanwhile, wide receiver Cordell Broadus, the son of Snoop Dogg, tweeted out five schools: Florida State, UCLA, USC, Oregon State and Notre Dame. Broadus transferred to Bishop Gorman in Las Vegas after starting the year at Diamond Bar. He is believed to favor USC.
The Trojans snapped their 10-game losing streak and took the inside track to 11th place with a victory over the Cougars. Byron Wesley scored 31 points with 20 in the second half.
Meanwhile, Florida Gulf Coast is a game away from the NCAA Tournament as it plays Mercer in the championship game of the Atlantic Sun Tournament.
Things are getting out of hand at basketball games this season and here’s the latest example. Hawaii coach Gib Arnold, a former USC assistant, got confronted by a UC Santa Barbara fan. His players handled the matter perfectly. Video after the jump: