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  • KNOCK ON WOODS

    Dead Woods — Ex-trojan Robert Woods and his Rams fail to get in the end zone, tying the lowest score EVER in a Super Bowl, as Bruin Matthew Slater and his Patriots take the Title 13-3 Like most everyone outside of Boston, I am tired of Tom Brady and Bill Belichick teaming up to win […]

  • ANOTHER EX-TROJAN GETS AWAY WITH MURDER

    Golden Taint — The worst NO-CALL IN NFL History costs New Orleans a Super Bowl berth, as a blatant helmet-to-helmet/Pass Interference penalty committed by Nikell Robey-Coleman gets ignored by refs Never before has such a blatant DOUBLE-PENALTY been missed in such a crucial moment. On Sunday afternoon, with the Saints one first down away from […]

  • CORRECTION: BARTOW, NOT EDNEY TO BE INTERIM COACH

    Despite early reports indicating that Tyus Edney would be UCLA’s interim coach, it turns out that Murry Bartow, not Edney, will assume that role. That makes a lot more sense, considering that Bartow actually has Head Coaching experience.

  • JUJU BOO-BOO

    Smith-Schuster squanders Steelers’ shoo-in status — Ex-trojan Juju Smith-Schuster fumbles away a game that could cost Pittsburgh the Playoffs The Steelers were in position on Sunday to make the NFL Playoffs, until former u$c Wide Receiver Juju Smith-Schuster fumbled the ball away, clinching the game for New Orleans. The loss means that for the Steelers […]

  • CLAY IT AGAIN, SHAM!

    Here’s looking at U($c), kid — I’m shocked, SHOCKED, that Lynn Swann, a sham of an Athletic Director, announced that u$c, a sham of a University, will bogart Clay Helton, a sham of a Football Coach, for another year, instead of rounding up the usual suspects I hope this is the beginning of a beautiful […]

  • ELEVENTH SOUR

    Turn it up to 11 — UCLA comes back from 14 down to take a 4th quarter lead but can’t hold on as they lose to Stanford for the 11th straight time, 49-42.  Meanwhile, u$c blows a double-digit lead against Notre Dame, gives up 24 straight points, and goes down 24-17, to end their season […]

  • A ‘BOWL FULL OF KELLEY

    Ho, ho, ho — Chip Kelly unwraps Joshua Kelley against the trojans at the Rose Bowl, gifting him 40 carries, and Kelley tears into it like a kid on Christmas, gaining a career-high 289 yards including a career-best 61-yard run, and scoring 2 TD’s including the game-winning 55-yarder, as UCLA celebrates an upset over u$c […]

  • CONTENTIOUS TROJANS KNOCK THEMSELVES OUT OF CONTENTION

    Marshall Illin’ — u$c chokes away a 14-0 second half lead, losing to Cal for the first time in 15 years, thanks to Iman Marshall’s penalty for jawing at the Bear sidelines, costing troy the ball with 3:28 left in a 15-14 game Trojans just don’t know when to keep their mouths shut.  Or maybe […]

  • ROSEN MAKES NINERS FLATLINERS

    Bruin QB Josh Rosen leads Arizona back from a 12-point 4th Quarter deficit against San Francisco, with 2 TD passes, including the game-winner with 34 seconds left, to lift the Cardinals to an 18-15 victory Usually, on a weekend when u$c loses a football game, THAT would be the news I publicize.  But this year, […]

  • DIS-GUSTIN

    Trojans escape justice — A vicious helmet-to-helmet targeting by Porter Gustin goes uncalled, allowing u$c to block a Field Goal and eke out a 39-36 win over WSU Trojan Linebacker Porter Gustin is just coming off a suspension for spearing someone last week.  An hour later, he’s at it again, leading with his helmet, right […]

  • CHIPWRECKED

    A three- hour horror, a three-hour horror — UCLA’s new Skipper Chip Kelly should forfeit his salary, because his first three games — all horrible losses — mark the worst start for the Bruins in recent memory, after Saturday night’s 38-14 Bulldog drubbing Just sit right back and you’ll hear a tale, a tale of […]

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