2019 SeasonAll times ET

2019 Schedule
3rd in Pac 12 - South
USC holds claim to "Position U" for quarterbacks (1:15)
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Sanchez retires, will be ESPN college analyst

Mark Sanchez is retiring from the NFL after 10 seasons to join ESPN as a college football analyst. He was the Rose Bowl MVP in 2008, when his Trojans finished No. 3 in the country.

USC holds claim to "Position U" for quarterbacks (1:15)
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22dDan Murphy

Former USC assistant alleges violations in suit

Officials at USC are looking into allegations that defensive coordinator Clancy Pendergast helped pay undergraduate students to fraudulently fulfill the academic requirements of two of the football program's graduate assistants.

27d

30 for 30: 'OJ' film revisited

Any retrospective on the 30 for 30 series must include 'OJ: Made In America,' the five-part, seven-and-a-half hour film that broke away from the usual format to great acclaim. On episode three of our anniversary series, Jody Avirgan talks with the film's director Ezra Edelman about how he used OJ's Simpson's life story as a venue to explore America's complicated racial history, as well as his rise and fall as a sports icon. The film and the entire 30 for 30 collection are available exclusively on our streaming service ESPN+: es.pn/2shPit7. All bonus conversations about 30 for 30 films are available in our archives: http://bit.ly/30Chat.

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46d

USC, United to modify LA Coliseum naming deal

United Airlines and the University of Southern California have reached a new naming rights deal for Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, agreeing to name the field rather than the stadium.

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48dTom VanHaaren

Ex-Gator Steele heading to USC, not Oregon

Cornerback Chris Steele, who announced he was transferring from Florida last month, is heading to USC, his father, Norm, told ESPN on Wednesday. Steele initially announced that he planned to transfer to Oregon but has instead decided to join the Trojans.

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53dAdam Rittenberg

Top WR recruit McCoy transferring from Texas

Bru McCoy, ESPN's top wide receiver in the 2019 class, is transferring once again. He says he is leaving Texas to "return home," and is expected to rejoin USC.

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88d

Ex-Tennessee OT Richmond transferring to USC

Offensive tackle Drew Richmond, who started all 12 games for Tennessee at right tackle last season, has indicated he's transferring to Southern California. He'll be immediately eligible as a graduate transfer.

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97dKyle Bonagura

USC QB Fink in portal, seeking more playing time

USC quarterback Matt Fink has entered the transfer portal but says he would be open to staying at the school if a better option doesn't materialize.

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116d

Airline offers to end LA Coliseum name change

United Airlines offered Friday to withdraw from a $69 million deal to change Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum to United Airlines Memorial Coliseum following criticism that adding a corporate name is disrespectful to the facility's history of honoring vets.

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124dKyle Bonagura

Kicker Boermeester suing USC over expulsion

Matt Boermeester has filed a lawsuit alleging USC ruined his academic and athletic careers when he was expelled in 2017 after an alleged altercation between him and his girlfriend.

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125dLindsey Thiry

Blind LS Olson participates at USC pro day

Jake Olson's participation at USC's pro day was to raise money and awareness for retinoblastoma, the rare cancer that took his eyesight when he was 12.

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127dKyle Bonagura

How Jake Olson is using USC's pro day to fight cancer

Jake Olson, the inspirational Trojans long-snapper who lost his eyesight at age 12, will try to max out his bench press to help raise money for a cure for retinoblastoma.

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USC's Swann 'blindsided' by admissions scandal

Lynn Swann said in an interview with the Los Angeles Times that he doesn't plan to resign his job as Trojans athletic director in the aftermath of the college admissions bribery scandal that has roiled many of the nation's top schools, including USC.

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