Monthly Archives: March 2007

Hansbrough two fouls

10:52 left in first half. USC up 18-12. Terry in for Hansbrough, but Hansbrough back in game at 9:02 mark with score 22-18 Trojans.

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Early matchups

Taj Gibson is guarding Tyler Hansbrough. Nick Young is on Brandan Wright.


Game time

Hackett starting for USC. Terry not starting for North Carolina. Marcus Ginyard starting in Terry’s place.

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I’m at the arena

and online, after paying $30 to the NCAA for one day of wireless use. The same wireless that is already in place and given for free at Nets and Devils games. That’s the blood-sucking NCAA for you.

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Alex Stepheson

If the rise of Trojans basketball started a year earlier, Alex Stepheson might be starting for USC tonight in the Sweet 16 of the NCAA Tournament instead of coming off the bench for the Tar Heels. The freshman could have … Continue reading


Key to game

Building up to the Texas game, everyone was talking about how USC would defend Kevin Durant. But the key to the game ended up being Gabe Pruitt’s defense on point guard D.J. Augustin. This game could be a similar situation. … Continue reading

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Preparing for Floyd

It wasn’t lost on North Carolina coach Roy Williams how USC used a surprising strategy of putting 6-foot-5 guard Daniel Hackett on 6-9 player of the year favorite Kevin Durant in the Trojans’ win over Texas. “We have tried to … Continue reading



Theres no risk for USC in this Sweet 16 of the NCAA Tournament, only reward. The Trojans, predicted by the media to finish sixth in the Pacific-10 Conference and perhaps make the NIT, have already gone further than anyone expected. … Continue reading

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USC-UCLA becoming North Carolina-Duke

“I think it’s slowly becoming that type of rivalry,” Gabe Pruitt said. “Given what we have done this year and what UCLA has been doing last year and this year. With the guys coming in for both programs, I think … Continue reading


Floyd to be on Pardon the Interruption

Tim Floyd is scheduled to be on the ESPN show Pardon the Interruption on Friday at 2:30 p.m.