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  • Statewide ban on plastic grocery bags has broad support, poll shows

    Statewide ban on plastic grocery bags has broad support, poll shows
    A statewide ban on plastic grocery bags has broad support among voters, presenting a challenge for industry groups that hope to overturn the law, according to a new USC Dornsife/Los Angeles Times poll. Sixty percent of the voters who answered the survey...
  • USC Now Mailbag: Steve Sarkisian, Justin Wilcox and Ed Orgeron

    Wow! My inbox has become a shoulder to cry on. No shortage of emails and tweets this week, so my apologies to those I did not respond to — though the sampling here is representative of the comments and questions that filled my inbox. Happy...
  • USC's fate against Washington State is very much up in the air

    USC has faced a full palette of offenses this season, including several spread schemes, grind-it-out Stanford, read-option Boston College and pseudo-traditional Oregon State. On Saturday at Martin Stadium, Washington State will present a different...
  • USC at Washington State: How they match up

    USC, trying to bounce back from last week's defeat at Utah, goes against a Washington State team that is establishing passing records under second-year Coach Mike Leach. Staff writer Gary Klein examines the game's story lines and matchups: On the...
  • Rain could complicate USC's plan against Washington State

    Rain could complicate USC's plan against Washington State
    The last time USC played on wet turf it did not end well for the Trojans. Rain fell for about 90 minutes before USC's loss at Boston College in the second game of the season. The forecast calls for rain Saturday at Pullman, Wash., where the Trojans...
  • Steve Sarkisian, USC look for that finishing kick

    Steve Sarkisian, USC look for that finishing kick
    Steve Sarkisian dropped to the ground, his legs and feet kicking, his left hand slamming the turf. "Catch the ball!" he yelled. "Catch the ball!" It was the middle of a USC practice this week, and the Trojans' first-year coach was imploring a...
  • USC expects spiraling number of passes by Washington State's Halliday

    USC anticipates a possible record-breaking performance by Washington State on Saturday. Tim Rattay of Louisiana Tech threw 68 passes against USC in 1999. Arizona's Nick Foles completed 41 passes against the Trojans in 2011. Washington State...
  • USC's JuJu Smith runs extra because of his love for football

    USC freshman receiver JuJu Smith can’t get enough of football. When practices end, the 17-year-old is one of a few Trojans players who choose to run more. Smith, 6-foot-2 and 210 pounds, doesn’t need extra conditioning. He said he runs...
  • USC falls off College Football Playoff board, oddsmakers say

    USC falls off College Football Playoff board, oddsmakers say
    USC’s loss to Utah dropped the team off the board to win the College Football Playoff, oddsmakers say. Before the 24-21 defeat at Utah, USC was 75-1 to win the playoff, according to the betting website Bovada. The Trojans’ record is 5-3...
  • Peter Daland dies at 93; coach of swimming champions at USC, Olympics

    Peter Daland dies at 93; coach of swimming champions at USC, Olympics
    Peter Daland, who started his career at USC as a part-time swim coach with a desk in a mimeograph room and rose to become one of the most celebrated names in both collegiate and Olympic swimming, died Monday in Thousand Oaks. He was 93. Daland had...
  • Another freshman, Toa Lobendahn, may start on USC offensive line

    Another freshman, Toa Lobendahn, may start on USC offensive line
    USC has not hesitated giving young offensive linemen responsibility this season. Two freshmen have started every game. On Saturday at Washington State there could be three. Freshman Toa Lobendahn on Tuesday was moved from left guard to left tackle...