USC Holds Upper Hand On Five-Star DT

Gardena (Calif.) Junipero Serra defensive tackle Rasheem Green is coveted by top college coaches across the nation, and for good reason. The massive 6'5, 275-pound defensive tackle has already earned a five-star rating in the 247 Sports Composite rankings and spoke rather fondly of USC's overall package, including his conversations with Tee Martin.

The 1948 Rose Bowl Game Easter Treat

In one of the first COLOR recorded games in College Football television history, the 1948 Rose Bowl Game and the Rose Bowl Parade make for great television. The Trojans lost the game 49-0, but got delicious revenge when scoring 49 points against Illinois in a blowout victory at the 2008 Rose Bowl. Enjoy!

USC Adds Three-Star SF Malik Marquetti

After losing their leading scorer yesterday, USC men's basketball announced the addition of 6-6 athletic wing Malik Marquetti (Millikan HS, Long Beach, Calif.) who was named the Moore League MVP last season for his rigorous style of play. He ended the season averaging a double-double with 22.5 points and 11.5 rebounds per game, and rose up a three-star prospect according to by returning strong for his senior season after missing his entire junior year due to injury. USC already added the services of Jordan McLaughlin, an all-CIF First Team selection and sixth-ranked point guard recruit according to out of Etiwanda HS, Malik Price-Martin the No. 4-ranked player in Florida according to 247Sports and Jabari Craig, a ranked power forward commit. USC’s recruiting class is currently ranked No. 24 overall by MARQUETTI SCOUTING REPORT: The high-flying wing is a terror along the baseline due to his length, assertiveness, and hang time. He affects the game in multiple areas due to his long arms and bounce.

Cynthia Cooper Hires Two New Assistants

After reaching the NCAA Tournament, and clinching the Pac-12 Tournament Title in unsuspecting fashion, USC women's basketball head coach Cynthia Cooper-Dyke has acquired some fresh faces to join her coaching staff for next season.

USC brings Beth Burns, the former San Diego State head coach who vaunts an impressive resume during her 21-year head coaching career, and also welcomes Taja Edwards (Carson, Calif.). Edwards, the former assistant at Cal State Fullerton, brings a nice taste to the Southern California recruiting circle as a former McDonald's All-American back in high school for powerhouse program Long Beach Poly.

That obviously means changes are coming to the staff, and previous assistants Brandi Manning and Evan Unrau (from the previous Michael Cooper staff) were not retained for next season. The Women of Troy will lose arguably their best player, a top-10 all-time leading scorer and dominant locker room presence, in Cassie Harberts.

But the rest of the roster does return, looking to build off an impressive postseason tournament run in their second season under coach Cooper.

Top-Ranked Sand Volleyball Literally Hits The Beach

The top-ranked Women of Troy will look to extend their program-record 13-match winning streak this weekend at the USA Volleyball Beach Collegiate Challenge in Hermosa Beach, Calif. Setting the tone · Senior Kirby Burnham has won 21 of her 24 matches so far this season. Burnham is riding a 13-match individual winning streak. USC (14-1) will kick off the tournament with three matches, first taking on Santa Clara (5-4) before facing off against rival and No. 6-ranked UCLA (6-6) in its second match. The team will then battle Loyola Marymount (5-7) later in the afternoon. USC has swept Loyola Marymount twice this year, and took down the Bruins at home in similar fashion earlier this month. It will be the first time that the Women of Troy take on Santa Clara, whose program is in its second year. Following those three matches, USC will be seeded into one of three different brackets (gold, silver or bronze) for the pairs championship to take place on Sunday.

Undefeated Gerald Washington In The Ring

Unbeaten heavyweight Gerald Washington will pursue his fourth straight stoppage win against once-beaten Skipp Scott Thursday night at the Fantasy Springs Resort Casino in Indio, Calif. Washington played three years for USC, after transferring from Chaffey Junior College, and contributed significantly on scout team defense in the defensive end/OLB position.

RIP Lonnie White

Sad news came this weekend when we heard that Lonnie White, former USC football player who worked for two decades as a Los Angeles Times sportswriter, has died. He was only 49.

Walk-On OL Nathan Guertler Earns Scholarship

After working his tail off for four years, the back-up offensive lineman who served as a tremendous second-team player and even rotational blocking TE on offense will be playing under scholarship for coach Steve Sarkisian. Well deserved for Guertler, as this move only strengthens the bonds on a team that greatly looks up to its gritty senior leadership. Read this great story from the LA Times on what the fifth-year senior has overcome during his USC career.

2014 L.A. Nike Football Training Camp

Some of the nation's top high school prospects, including four players who were then selected to participate in the 2014 Nike Opening, battled it out from nearby Redondo Union High School over the weekend in impressive and extremely noteworthy fashion. More than 400 athletes put their physical, mental and game skills to the test including many of the top up-and-coming prospects from the defending National Champions St. John Bosco (Bellflower, CA), along with many other local powers. Make sure to check out the collated list with the best and brightest performers of the weekend, including USC targets WR Cordell Broadus, OL Zach Robertson and rising performer DE Keisean Lucier-South from Orange Lutheran High School.

Trio Placed In 2014 College Hall of Fame Ballot

The National Football Foundation (NFF) announced today the names on the 2014 ballot for induction into the College Football Hall of Fame, including 75 players and six coaches from the Football Bowl Subdivision and 87 players and 26 coaches from the divisional ranks. Here are the three Trojans that will up for the final vote from the National Football Foundation in the coming months, which will be named in early May and then inducted December 9th, 2014. Tony Boselli, Southern California-Offensive Tackle-Two-time First Team All-American in 1992 and 1994 (consensus-1994)…Named top offensive lineman in Pac-10 (1994)…1994 NFF National Scholar-Athlete and Outland Trophy finalist. Mark Carrier, Southern California-Safety-Two-time First Team All-American (1988-89) – unanimous in 1989… 1989 Jim Thorpe Award winner… Two-time First Team All-Conference selection… Led the Pac-10 in interceptions in 1989 with seven. Keyshawn Johnson, Southern California-Wide Receiver-1995 unanimous First Team All-American who ranked seventh in Heisman voting…1995 Pac-10 Offensive Player of the Year…Earned MVP honors in 1995 Cotton Bowl and 1996 Rose Bowl wins. To be eligible for the ballot, players must have been named a First Team All-American by a major/national selector as recognized and utilized by the NCAA for their consensus All-America teams; played their last year of intercollegiate football at least 10 years prior; played within the last 50 years and cannot be currently playing professional football. Our well-deserving Trojans will up for election this Spring, and certainly bring back great memories of USC success. While legends continue to be honored, current players are dusting off the cleats to take the field for next week's Spring practice.


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