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Steve Sarkisian addressed the media regarding Salute to Troy and Cravens and Kessler added their thoughts as well. Part of Sark's punishment apparently involved up-downs. We are SC and Scout also provided their reactions to the apology as well.

Dennis Dodd of CBS Sports has some bad news for those that want Sarkisian to be fired.

The Spirit of Troy and the Stanford band exchanged barbs over twitter.

Heather Dinich at ESPN predicts that the Playoff Committee will be watching some USC games very closely. Kevin Gemmell also of ESPN predicts that the Trojans will be involved in four of the top 10 Pac-12 games this year.

The RIpsit Blog is reporting that Cravens and Lobendahn have been added to the Lombardi Trophy Watchlist along with Max Tuerk who was already on the list. Meanwhile the sky is the limit for Cody Kessler.

CBS Sports predicts Cody Kessler will be the Pac-12 Player of the year and that the LA Schools are overrated.

The Daily Trojan reports that the Women's soccer team feels more confident.

The Big Lead predicts USC to finish the regular season at 9-3. Bud Elliott from SB Nation Recruiting, however, examines who might make the playoffs this year based on the recruiting stats.

The Washington Post picked Oregon to win the Pac-12.

The Los Angeles Daily news reports that a Judge ruled against Bryce Dixon in his attempt to rejoin the football team.

Reign of Troy reports that the plans to bring the Olympics to Los Angeles involve pricey renovations to the LA Coliseum.

The Los Angeles Times wants to know about Steve Sarkisian's medication.

We are SC shares notes from Tuesday's football practice.

VU Hoops reports that Mark Jackson is leaving the USC athletic department.

SB Nation has released their College Football Season preview.

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