USC and UCLA Football Rely on Youth for the New Season

As another season of Pac-12 football commences, UCLA and USC are looking to dominate their competitive conference. The reigning Pac 12 champion Trojans strive for another successful season while the UCLA Bruins hope to build a contending future with former NFL coach Chip Kelly.

USC Adoree’ Jackson’s Journey to the 2017 NFL Draft

Adoree’ Jackson may not be the tallest, fastest or strongest prospect, but at 5’11” and 185 pounds, he has some redeeming qualities that make him one of the most versatile and dynamic players in this year’s NFL draft.

USC Hires Clay Helton as Permanent Head Coach of Football Team

  The University of Southern California announced today that it has hired Clay Helton as permanent head coach of the football team. Helton, 43, has served as the team’s interim coach twice, recently replacing Steve Sarkisian who was fired earlier this season. Helton guided the Trojans to a 5-2 record and a first place finish in the Pac-12 South Division. USC will play in its first Pac-12 Championship game after defeating cross-time rival UCLA at the LA Coliseum on Saturday, November 28, 40-21. USC athletic director Pat Haden said in a statement: “After weeks of searching the collegiate and pro

USC Wins Pac-12 South, Beating UCLA, 40–21

Despite a season filled with turmoil and confusion, the USC Trojans have accomplished what many thought impossible; they defeated the nationally ranked UCLA Bruins, 40-21, on rivalry Saturday and Senior Day at the Coliseum. It was the 85th meeting between the cross-town rivals and it ended a four-year drought for the Trojans. The Trojans rushed for 235 yards, with 103 of those yards coming in the fourth quarter and they committed zero turnovers. It was a game that that is now being touted as a return to ‘Trojan football’. The Trojans struck first, with an Alex Wood field goal, taking

USC Powers Its Rushing Game to Beat Cal, 27-21

The USC Trojans pounded the Cal Bears with an aggressive ground game, rushing 186 yards on Saturday, October 3, at Kabam Field, Memorial Stadium in Berkeley. The Trojans won their second consecutive game keeping their Pac-12 South title hopes alive and it was the 12th times they defeated the Bears. The Trojans ran the ball 50 times compared to 45 times against the Utes. USC’s running backs Tre Madden, Justin Davis and Ronald Jones combined for 189 yards on the grounds scoring two rushing touchdowns, one each from Ronald Jones and Tre Madden. Jones had 11 carries for 80 yards,