Even more ranked-on-ranked action.
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Even more ranked-on-ranked action.
It's finally conference season.
There was some drama in Palo Alto.
Lions, Spartans, and Ducks, oh shoot.
More controversy for the Trojans football program
Your heroic act of 2014 goes to Josh Shaw of USC and wait, he did what?
In case a reminder was needed of how utterly ridiculous Reggie Bush was in college.
Will Ferrell was a guest on the Dan Patrick Show and he offered his honest opinion on USC firing Lane Kiffin.
<a href="http://uproxx.files.wordpress.com/2013/09/kiffinspinnin.0_standard_709.0.gif"></a>Words by <a href="http://www.twitter.com/jabressler">Jake Bressler</a> The Lane Kiffin era at USC is over after the embattled coach posted an unimpressive 28-15 record in four seasons as head coach.
After a humiliating loss to Arizona State and a 3-2 start to this season, the USC Trojans have fired Lane Kiffin as head coach.
We ain't goin' nowhere. We ain't. Goin' nowhere. We can't be stopped now. 'Cause it's TROJANS FOR LIFE, the worst acapella college fan song of the day.
How USC football coach Lane Kiffin still has a job, this humble and handsome fart joke maker does not know, but if he’s on the hot seat at all after the Trojans’ humiliating 10-7 loss to unranked Washington State this past Saturday, well, he either doesn’t know or doesn’t give a sh*t.
The third college football poll of the season has been released, and it appears that Texas is the week's biggest mover; although, not in ways that Longhorn fans or Mack Brown will appreciate.
Each and every one of us woke up this morning, and you know what the good Lord blessed us with.
The reigning Pac-12 offensive player of the year and Biletnikoff Award recipient, Marqise Lee, suffered a bone bruise causing him to sit out practice last weekend.
Entitled "Why Chi Phi?," this 1988 fraternity rush video from the University of Southern California is yet another reminder that the 80s were crazy.
<a href="http://ad.doubleclick.net/jump/wd.nerve.home/;kw=beef_uproxxeditorial;sz=300x60;ord=[timestamp]?"> With the unexpected rise of the Florida Gulf Coast University Eagles in this year’s NCAA Tournament, it wasn’t much of a surprise that bigger schools with more prominent men’s basketball programs would come sniffing around coach Andy Enfield. After all, that’s the nature of the sports beast. If you’re a little dog like FGCU, no measure of momentary success and national prominence is going to keep you in the conversation when a much bigger, wealthier dog like the University of Southern California comes calling, with its gorgeous campus and national spotlight. Oh yeah, and its giant bags of money. "USC is one of the best basketball jobs in the country," Enfield said. "I've been familiar with USC for many years. I've been doing this a long time. When I met (USC athletic director) Pat Haden, his vision was the same as mine. "USC was where I wanted to be." (Via the <a href="http://www.dailynews.com/sports/ci_22929237/new-trojans-basketball-coach-andy-enfield-usc-was">L.A. Daily News</a>) Yeah, I’m sure that stings a little, and some people feel bad for FGCU.
After spending over five years in prison for a crime he didn’t commit, Brian Banks finally got a much-deserved second chance today <a href="http://espn.go.com/nfl/story/_/id/9128819/atlanta-falcons-sign-exonerated-brian-banks" target="_blank">after signing with the Atlanta Falcons</a>.
Los Angeles high school senior Jake Davidson achieved Internet fame last week when <a href="http://withleather.uproxx.com/2013/03/should-we-endorse-this-kid-who-asked-kate-upton-to-be-his-prom-date">he posted a very creative video prom invitation</a> addressed to two-time Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue cover model Kate Upton.
Ah the joys of being a Conference USA football fan.