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  • USC's Nelson Agholor is impressive in spring drills

    USC's Nelson Agholor is impressive in spring drills
    Nelson Agholor briefly stopped to say hello to a couple of former teammates Saturday at the Coliseum. Former All-American receiver Robert Woods, now of the Buffalo Bills, was there to watch the Trojans go through their first scrimmage drill of spring...
  • Mark Whicker: Dayton brings balance to Memphis

    MEMPHIS, Tenn. At last there's a theme for USC's 2013-14 men's basketball highlight film. We Beat Dayton. That's right. The Flyers have stunned their way into Saturday's NCAA South Regional final against top-ranked Florida. The same Flyers lost, at...
  • Dr. Dre, mega-producer Jimmy Iovine tell USC applicants they're in

    Dr. Dre, mega-producer Jimmy Iovine tell USC applicants they're in
    When high school senior Sarah Allen checked her email after lacrosse practice on Thursday, she saw an email from USC with the subject line: "A message from dean Erica Muhl." Puzzled, the Overland Park, Kan., native opened the email and clicked on the...
  • USC safety Su'a Cravens eager for leadership role

    Su'a Cravens made a bold debut last season. The USC safety intercepted a pass in the opener and went on to earn recognition as a freshman All-American. Cravens is aiming higher in 2014. He strives for first-team All-American honors. He seeks...
  • Latest hair-raising promotion by Don King is at USC

    Just in case anybody wonders, Don King is alive and well. Actually, more so than ever. He is 82 going on 50. The hair doesn't quite stand on end in its salute to electrical shock treatments as it once did. That's because there isn't enough of it...
  • Alexander Ludwig grows with 'Vikings' role

    Alexander Ludwig grows with 'Vikings' role
    Alexander Ludwig knew he'd have to bring the muscle playing a young warrior in History's "Vikings," but he didn't expect to use them when the cameras stopped rolling. Ludwig joined the cast in Season 2 as Bjorn Ironside, the now teenage son of Ragnar...
  • USC tailback Tre Madden gets his legs back under him

    USC tailback Tre Madden gets his legs back under him
      Tre Madden is growing accustomed to spring restarts. In 2012, he moved from linebacker to tailback during spring practice but suffered a season-ending knee injury. Last year, he tested the knee during spring while readying for a breakout fall...
  • Will Arizona State play 'crawl ball' vs. Irish women?

    TOLEDO, Ohio -- Arizona State is a team that averages 69.9 points a game. The Sun Devils play a Notre Dame team that averages 86.8 points a game. How can Arizona State close that gap when the No. 9 seed Sun Devils (23-9) take on No. 1 seed Notre Dame...
  • USC women fall in NCAA tournament on foe's last-gasp shot, 71-68

    KNOXVILLE, Tenn. — Briana Brown waited nearly 40 minutes for her first basket on Saturday, but she made it count. The senior guard from St. John's hit a three-point dagger with 0.4 seconds remaining to beat USC, 71-68, in a first-round NCAA women'...
  • Cal State Northridge women inspired by Mercer men's upset of Duke

    Cal State Northridge's women's basketball team is focused on Sunday's NCAA tournament game against South Carolina. But when the Matadors arrived in Seattle on Friday, one of their topics of discussion was 14th-seeded Mercer's upset of perennial power Duke...
  • USC's Cassie Harberts happy to have an extended career

    Cassie Harberts played last summer on a USA women's basketball team that won a World University Games gold medal in Russia. The USC forward had plenty in common with her teammates — except one thing: She was the lone player with no NCAA tournament...