The latest episode of Trajuan Brigg's weekly podcast is up on the site, where he talks about Clay Helton's latest coaching decisions and breaks down the Trojan's Pac-12 Championship game performance.
Around the web, the latest developments concerning the ongoing fight between the NCAA and USC seem to be the biggest news. Sports Illustrated reports that ex-running backs coach for USC Todd McNair's defamation lawsuit against the NCAA has been given go ahead to proceed after being heard by a California appellate court. According to CBS Sports, the NCAA had misrepresented how much McNair knew about possible violations between Reggie Bush and a sports marketing company. USA Today calls it a "predetermined conclusion".
Meanwhile, the sports world is still talking about Steve Sarkisian's lawsuit against USC. New details have emerged courtesy of Bleacher Report, who's coverage of USC's latest press release points out that the school calls Sarkisian's allegations "patently untrue". SI takes a deep dive on the issue as well, exploring whether or not Sark has a good argument to win his case.