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  • Steinberg: Speed agent dating at USC football

    The University of Southern California football program took a dynamic step Wednesday in insuring its compliance with NCAA player-agent relations by holding an Agent Day on campus.
  • Former USC Trojan Brian Cushing buys home in Texas for $2.2 million

    Former USC Trojan Brian Cushing buys home in Texas for $2.2 million
    Brian Cushing, the former USC Trojans linebacker who plays professionally for the Houston Texans, and his wife, Megan, have purchased a Houston-area home for $2.2 million. The newly built residence sits on a tree-lined street in the affluent city of...

    Football: QB KJ Costello picks up USC offer

    Before he has played a game in his junior season, Santa Margarita quarterback KJ Costello has picked up scholarship offers from USC and UCLA. The Trojans joined the Bruins in pursuing him with an offer on Thursday. The 6-foot-5 Costello has come on...

    USC's Max Tuerk gets a new read on line by playing center

    USC's Max Tuerk gets a new read on line by playing center
    Stuffed in the large plastic bag Max Tuerk has been toting around the USC campus, there is a sandwich, two bananas, an energy bar, a pack of almonds and a whole avocado, as well as the remaining half of a fast-food chicken sandwich he had been gnawing on....

    Dodgers TV 'blueout' a long way from end despite Congress' attention

    Dodgers TV 'blueout' a long way from end despite Congress' attention
    Lawmakers, having cured all else that ails us, have now turned their high beams on this Dodgers TV standoff. I suspect relief is just years away. Not that we don't applaud their efforts this week. First, they called on the Federal Communications...