OPINION: I Too Could Be A Women’s Gymnastics Champion If It’s Just The Hand-Wavy Stuff
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OPINION: I Too Could Be A Women’s Gymnastics Champion If It’s Just The Hand-Wavy Stuff

Like so many others around the world watching the U.S. Women’s Gymnastics Team dominate at the Summer Olympic Games in Rio this past week, I was inspired. The athleticism, strength, grace, artistry, power, determination, showmanship– the list of traits required to master the feats these women have achieved physically is truly astounding, and they have … Continue reading

USA Dominates Inaugural Pears Skating Competition
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USA Dominates Inaugural Pears Skating Competition

The inaugural Pears Skating competition made its successful debut at the Winter Olympic Games in Sochi with the United States’ Justin Pearson and Anna McPeary stealing the show in a gold medal victory. Pearson and McPeary executed a flawless, energetic performance to Little Richard’s “Tutti Frutti,” which secured a first place slot for the duo. … Continue reading

5 Stages of Grieving Your Favorite Coach’s Resignation
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5 Stages of Grieving Your Favorite Coach’s Resignation

Real Talk From Lia: As much as I like to joke around, I just want to say that I honestly have been a very big fan of Ed Orgeron ever since he stepped up as USC’s football coach. His fun, refreshingly positive, classy leadership style and his genuine affection for the players is something I … Continue reading

USC Student Section Unites to Form Perfect Rorschach Designs During Football Game
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USC Student Section Unites to Form Perfect Rorschach Designs During Football Game

To everyone’s delight at each USC home football game, fans in the student section engage in intense teamwork to make giant artistic images out of colored tiles in the stadium. After this weekend’s spirited visual masterpiece, USC might want to consider changing its “Fight On” slogan to “&~`____*\”. “I know it might look easy, but … Continue reading

Orgeron brings dessert back to USC football players; in talks to restore snuggling with girlfriends, bring sexy back, save the true meaning of Christmas
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Orgeron brings dessert back to USC football players; in talks to restore snuggling with girlfriends, bring sexy back, save the true meaning of Christmas

After reopening practices to the media, USC’s Interim head coach Ed Orgeron added another item to the list of delicious changes that have gone into effect since former coach Lane Kiffin’s dismissal, namely the return of dessert to team meals. “You feed a lineman a cookie, he’s happy,” Orgeron, who himself is partial to classic milk … Continue reading

USC’s interim coach can feed self, tie own shoes
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USC’s interim coach can feed self, tie own shoes

“The rate of recovery, even at this point, has been staggering,” says one college football blogger. “Basic motor skills? A day in? It’s more than we could have hoped.” And many USC fans were hoping, all right. Ever since The Accident (SC’s previous season-and-a-half long era), it was unclear whether they’d see leadership that didn’t … Continue reading

Lane Kiffin Reveals USC Game Day Strategy: “It’s always Opposite Day!”
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Lane Kiffin Reveals USC Game Day Strategy: “It’s always Opposite Day!”

Sensing some tension in the room after USC’s head-scratchingly bad loss to Washington State, Lane Kiffin decided to share where his head is at on game day in what he calmly described as, “Opposite Day.” “I like to play this little game called Opposite Day,” Kiffin explained in a recent press conference. “Pat [Haden]’s in … Continue reading