Former USC head coach Steve Sarkisian, who was fired by USC after his continued struggles with alcoholism led him to be placed on leave, is now suing the university for at least $12.6 million in damages.
This past week, four of the top five teams in the Associated Press College Football Poll hailed from the SEC West Division. Nebraska coach Bo Pelini, among others, wondered aloud whether ESPN's ownership of the brand-new SEC network, which launched this year, might be responsible for such a coincidence.
While the rest of the world tries to figure out just what the hell is going on with this Josh Shaw story, his sister and the mother of the seven-year-old he reportedly saved, confirmed his story. Asia Shaw apparently spoke with KABC, but the station only aired a brief audio recording and she did not appear on camera.…
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Fresno State now trails by only 18 early in the fourth quarter of the Royal Purple Las Vegas Is This Enough Words In The Name Of A Bowl? Bowl.
When last we met Ken Tarr, he was riding high off the Dungy-to-USC prank and planned on offering Will Muschamp a middling position at a middling program just to "see if he gets insulted or not." Now he's in a Los Angeles jail, on suspicion of felony eavesdropping.
That's what J.R. Moehringer went when he wrote this story for the L.A. Times magazine on Pete Carroll, who was still coaching college football at the time. It's a self-aware piece but still intriguing:
The Los Angeles Times reports that technical workers for the Pac-12 network—all members of the IATSE— have walked out, and will be on site picketing all Pac-12 networks broadcasts today:
The NCAA's "University of Southern California Public Infractions Report," released in 2010, declared not only that Reggie Bush had received improper benefits from a pair of marketing agents during his time at USC, but that there was one man on the USC staff who knew about it: USC assistant coach and ace recruiter Todd…
There have been some great quarterbacks, great receivers and great passing offenses in the history of the Pac-12. Until today, no one had racked up more single-game receiving yards than Oregon State's Mike Hass, who careened for 293 on 12 catches against Boise State in 2004.
Candidate for most crud-awful season in football this year: the Arizona Wildcats. Started 3-0, including handsome win over Oklahoma State team to get expectations buzzing. The Associated Press ranked the Cats for the first time since 2010. Next came a 56-0 paste job of South Carolina State. Oats were being felt.
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Against Arkansas today, Alabama covered the over (51 points) without allowing Arkansas to score. This is a difficult thing to accomplish. Vegas didn't see it coming - the last line I saw was Arkansas +20.5 - but at least two Razorbacks fans knew this one was going to be the college football equivalent of a sewer main…
The Los Angeles Times appears to have stumbled into your USC athlete graft scandal du jour when it plumbed the records of a former county appraiser and found that he'd been shoveling money at a couple of Trojans.
Get your bids in quick—this auction ends at about 8:45 pm. Following the October 22 game against USC, Brian Kelly came under a bit of fire for not using the timeouts, currently valued at $53.50, especially after USC players insinuated that the failure to call the timeouts at the end of game meant Notre Dame had quit.
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