USC v. UCLA

Since so many UCLA fans inhabit this blog, I should mention Josh Rosen threw three interceptions at today’s spring scrimmage. He also threw touchdown passes but no one will focus on that.

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USC Morning Buzz: A Stat That Received Little Attention

DOM.DAVIS.FINKIt’s been a week since USC’s spring football game and here’s something I’ve meant to highlight. The 84-play scrimmage had only one penalty. In the past two seasons, penalties were often a problem. One spring game does not mean a problem is solved but this was an encouraging sign. Let’s see how it goes in the training camp scrimmages.

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Coliseum Suite

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Football game? What football game? Somewhere USC is playing over there on the field. But let’s be overdressed and socialize in our overpriced suite instead.

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Tony Bosselli Inducted Into Cotton Bowl Hall Of Fame

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Former USC All-American offensive tackle Tony Boselli was inducted into the Cotton Bowl Hall of Fame today. USC defeated Texas Tech in the 1995 Cotton Bowl. I thought assistant band director Tony Fox pulling the mustache off the Texas Tech mascot, Raider Red, should be a Hall of Fame moment too.

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USC/UCLA v. Trump U.

“They didn’t think they were going to USC or UCLA. They were taking real estate courses over a weekend at a hotel.”

— lawyer Daniel Petrocelli, who is representing Donald Trump in a class-action fraud lawsuit against Trump University, to the Hollywood Reporter.

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More On Bryce Dixon

Bryce Dixon’s college career is over now that he will serve six years for seven violent crimes committed in January. In pure athletic terms, I think he might be the most-talented tight end I’ve seen at USC in the past 20 years.

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Former USC Tight End Bryce Dixon Sentenced To Six Years

DIXONFormer USC tight end Bryce Dixon was sentenced to six years in state prison today following his January crime spree. Dixon accepted a deal with prosecutors that included no-contest pleas to one count of carjacking, two counts of second-degree robbery and admitting using a knife during his crime spree.

Dixon had been attending USC as a student this year but was not allowed to compete in athletics. He had been expelled last May over student-conduct issues but a judge ruled he could return as a student.

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