Emails show NCAA was out of control in USC case

Wednesday, March 25th, 2015

In June 2010, the NCAA hit USC's football program with the harshest sanctions since SMU received the death penalty in 1985. For years USC fans and administrators have contended that the NCAA was far too harsh in its punishment of the school's football program as a result of the Reggie ...

Judge says NCAA “malicious” during investigation of USC football

Thursday, November 22nd, 2012

Former USC running backs coach Todd McNair essentially had his career ended by the NCAA's punishment of the school's football program. The NCAA ruled that McNair "knew or should have known" about payments from a wannabe sports agent to running back Reggie Bush, despite a serious lack of evidence. Now McNair ...

Kiffin, USC Finally Make Another Coaching Hire

Wednesday, January 20th, 2010

Since he took the job as head football coach at the University of Southern California Lane Kiffin has been a busy man. He deftly avoided being lynched in Knoxville, dodged a fistfight with the perpetually annoying T.J. Simers, has managed to solidify all 14 of the Trojans' committed recruits ...