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How NBA Legend Elgin Baylor Saved the Lakers in his Rookie Season
February 4, 2021
Among the Lakers retired jerseys is the no. 22 jersey which was worn by legendary player Elgin Baylor. He was drafted at a crucial time in the franchise’s history, back when they were the Minneapolis Lakers. ... read more »
Iconic Actor and Noted Athlete Tommy ‘Deebo’ Lister, Found Dead in Marina Del Rey Residence
December 17, 2020
Known for his iconic character “Deebo” in the Cube Vision production series “Friday” Tommy Lister died on Thursday, December 10, 2020. Lister lived a colorful life, crossing entertainment lines as a pro-wrestler to a noted actor, the 275-pound performing artist was known as the “Gentle Giant,” to all his fans and loved ones. ... read more »
Cal State LA Remembers Legacy of Sports Hall of Famer Tiny Lister
December 16, 2020
Cal State LA Hall of Famer Tommy "Tiny" Lister, who went on to a successful acting career that spanned more than two decades, passed away on Thursday. He was 62. ... read more »
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Student Athlete of the Week: Brandon Rembert
December 10, 2020
With talent and motivation, Brandon Rembert is a consistent hitter for the Alcorn State University Braves baseball team. Rembert desires to be a role model for African American boys, encouraging them to get involved in baseball. A key piece of advice that he learned is how consistency is important to excel in the sport. ... read more »
Gallery: USC vs Washington State game
December 7, 2020
The USC Trojan defeated the Washington State Cougars 38-13 ... read more / view gallery »
UCLA earn first Pac-12 Conference win of season over Cal
December 7, 2020
Due to the coronavirus, this is the earliest point in any season schedule in which the Bruins have played a league game in the modern era. ... read more »
UCLA Mourns Loss of Legendary Bruin Rafer Johnson
December 3, 2020
UCLA Track & Field legend, 1960 Olympic decathlon champion and humanitarian Rafer Johnson passed away Wednesday at his home in Sherman Oaks, Calif., surrounded by his family. He was 86. ... read more »
Student Athlete of the Week: Ethan Anderson
December 3, 2020
USC sophomore guard, Ethan Anderson has been a tenacious presence on the men’s basketball team. He is not afraid to score in traffic and shake a defender to make a shot. ... read more »
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High Offense Gives USC a 85-55 Win over LMU
November 27, 2020
The Women of Troy started their season on a high note with an 85-55 win over the Loyola Marymount University (LMU) Lions. USC shot at 46.3 percent and capitalized off of 20 LMU turnovers. ... read more »
UCLA Bruins Basketball are Ready to go to War
November 26, 2020
The UCLA men’s and women’s basketball teams are full of familiar faces along with talented new additions that will make them competitive in the Pac-12. ... read more »
USC Basketball Veterans are Bracing to Carry the Momentum from Last Season
November 12, 2020
The USC men’s and women’s basketball teams are excited to compete and are revving up for the tip-off of the 2020-21 season. ... read more »
USC Stuns Arizona State; Rallying Late For 28-27 Win
November 10, 2020
Southern California returned 16 starters looking to make noise in the PAC-12 conference after an 8 win season last year. ... read more »
USC Track and Field Olympians Featured in Virtual Panel
October 20, 2020
The University of Southern California (USC) is hosting “Cardinal and Gold Conversations with USC Olympians,” a four-part virtual panel series. ... read more »
College football embarks on uncertain season of COVID-19
September 8, 2020
A most overused coaching cliche has never been so relevant as college football embarks on a season of COVID-19: Take it one day at a time.  With so much uncertainty, trying to figure how this will go is impossible. But there will be games, including a few this weekend, though the usual Labor Day grand opening has been scrapped.   ... read more »
Hall of Fame Basketball Coach, John Thompson II Dies At 78
September 3, 2020
“Don’t let eight pounds of air be the sum total of your existence,” the words of the legendary basketball coach, John Thompson II are etched in the lobby of Georgetown University’s McDonough Arena, where his legacy as the first Black coach to lead a team to the NCAA men’s basketball championship will forever be cemented in history.   ... read more »
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