NCAA Archives - Los Angeles Post-ExaminerLos Angeles Post-Examiner

Play ball, sort of: Sports are back in a COVID-19 world

Now that baseball, basketball, soccer, hockey and football are all set to return, Las Vegas can start taking over/under bets on how long before their seasons come to a crashing halt. Are we to believe there is actually a safe […]

Play ball, sort of: Sports are back in a COVID-19 world

By

Now that baseball, basketball, soccer, hockey and football are all set to return, Las Vegas can start taking over/under bets on how long before their seasons come to a crashing halt. Are we to believe there is actually a safe […]

Continue Reading...

Rose Bowl was meaningless

Monday’s Rose Bowl was a pretty good game, but despite the ebb and flow of the score and final Trojan comeback (Fight On!), I just couldn’t get too excited

USC motto: Flounder on

If Thursday night’s 17 to 12 loss to Washington is not enough to create a major shake up at USC, then nothing short of a catastrophic earthquake will get

Andrew Harrison and Race In America

It is often said winning brings out the best in people while losing does the opposite. If this is true, Andrew Harrison, a member of the Kentucky Wildcats basketball

Navy beats Army again

The Navy Midshipmen extended their series-record winning streak over the Army Black Knights to 13 with a 17-10 win in front of 70,935 fans at M&T Bank Stadium on

New college football bracket unveiled

After endless debate and speculation, the inaugural College Football Playoff bracket was unveiled Sunday. The 12-member selection committee ranked the nation’s four best teams as Alabama, Oregon, Florida State, and

USC routs Notre Dame

The Notre Dame Fighting Irish vs the USC Trojans The USC Trojans have two big rivals in college football: UCLA and Notre Dame. The week before the Trojans lost to

Stanford Cardinal stuns UCLA Bruins with upset win

After the previous week’s epic battle with the USC Trojans, the UCLA Bruins welcomed the Stanford Cardinal to the Rose Bowl on Friday for the last home game of

Troubled athletes: We should not be surprised

We should never be surprised when a professional athlete claims the punishment he receives is unfair, excessive, or goes against the terms of the collective bargaining agreement. For the

UCLA wins latest in rivalry with USC

Photo above: UCLA fans let the USC Trojans know how they feel after UCLA beats USC for the third year in a row. After looking at USC’s record and their

HOME / ABOUT / CONTACT / JOIN THE TEAM / TERMS OF SERVICE / PRIVACY POLICY / COMMENT POLICY

Los Angeles Post-Examiner