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Monday was certainly a crazy day in Troy. It was a spectacle unlike any other as we witnessed the intersection of business and emotion. Throw in the volatile nature of social media, and this explosive concoction of variables proved to be great theater and fodder for lots of chatter. To fully understand the somewhat puzzling […]


The Trojans fall flat in what ends up being interim head coach Ed Orgeron’s final game.


The Trojans cruise to a 47-29 victory against the Buffaloes, but ASU defeats UCLA to dash the Trojans’ hopes of playing for a title berth.


Colorado wide receiver Paul Richardson presents a tough challenge for USC’s secondary.


I thought I was going to be upset. When the clock hit triple zeros Saturday, and the student section emptied quicker than the 9-0 after undercover cops arrive, I have to admit I was a little surprised, and briefly a little miffed. “This is USC,” I thought. “USC doesn’t rush the field. USC should never […]


Players have stressed that they are not overlooking the struggling Buffaloes this week.


USC looks to keep pace in the Pac-12 South race after its win against rival Stanford.


As co-sports editor of the blastZONE, I generally find it quite easy to separate my duties as an unbiased reporter and fan loyalties as a USC student. I usually cover every home football game from the press box as an impartial observer, and don’t take too much pleasure in a Trojan win or experience […]


Fans rush the field after USC upsets No. 4 Stanford on a last-minute 47-yard field goal.


For USC redshirt sophomore quarterback Cody Kessler, the bright lights of Saturday night begin with Sunday mornings. It’s because before football, before USC, Cody Kessler and his parents would go to church every week in Bakersfield, Calif. In the world of media, Christianity often only appears in extremes, usually “fundamentalists” who constitute the religious right […]