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  • USC receiver Darreus Rogers gets his No. 1 wish, and keeps working

    USC receiver Darreus Rogers gets his No. 1 wish, and keeps working
    USC receiver Darreus Rogers made only one inquiry — and then he went to work. Former coach Lane Kiffin declared in 2010 that no player would wear Nos. 1 or 43 until they demonstrated they were worthy of donning the numbers worn by All-American...
  • Hootchy-kootchy roles or nothing? The state of Hollywood diversity

    Hootchy-kootchy roles or nothing? The state of Hollywood diversity
    When Spike Jonze's movie "Her" came out last year, it was buzzed about for its dystopic take on a society where people have affairs with their phones and its vision of a near-future L.A. where you could take Metro to the beach. But "Her" left me feeling...
  • After nearly dying, UCLA's Marcus Rios returns to football field

    After nearly dying, UCLA's Marcus Rios returns to football field
    UCLA cornerback Marcus Rios reached a milestone Monday. His parents, Richard and Ivy, were there to witness it, but there was little fanfare. Rios was back on a football field, ready to compete. "I haven't been out here for about two years," Rios...
  • USC tight end Randall Telfer looks ready to make impact

    USC tight end Randall Telfer looks ready to make impact
    Tight end Randall Telfer anticipated more pass-catching opportunities when he opted to return to USC for a fifth season. New Coach Steve Sarkisian got the ball into the hands of two Mackey Award winners in the last seven years, so there was reason for...
  • Brett Hundley becomes UCLA's leading man, in every way

    Brett Hundley becomes UCLA's leading man, in every way
    This felt different to quarterback Brett Hundley. The weather, for one thing, was milder. UCLA's third visit to San Bernardino for training camp did not open with a blister-in-the-sun afternoon. Yet more had changed since the first time Hundley...
  • A game-by-game look at USC's 2014 football schedule

    A game-by-game look at USC's 2014 football schedule
    USC schedule Aug. 30: Fresno State, 4:30 p.m. Steve Sarkisian watched from the press box last December as the Lane Kiffin-Ed Orgeron-Clay Helton era ended with a victory over Fresno State in the Las Vegas Bowl. Now, Sarkisian debuts as USC's coach...
  • USC fans return to view football practice

    USC fans return to view football practice
    It did not approach Pete Carroll-era standards, but the crowd of fans that lined the sideline at USC's Brian Kennedy-Howard Jones Field for the start of training camp Monday hearkened to pre-NCAA sanction days. USC, which ended four years of probation...
  • Ex-USC back Stafon Johnson returns to Dorsey High as assistant coach

     Ex-USC back Stafon Johnson returns to Dorsey High as assistant coach
    Stafon Johnson, looking a little bigger than he did in his playing days as a standout running back at Dorsey High and USC, still knows how to twirl a football and show off his hand-eye coordination for his teenage pupils hoping to run and score touchdowns...
  • UCLA's 2014 football schedule

    UCLA's 2014 football schedule
    Aug. 30, at Virginia, 9 a.m. The Cavaliers are coming off a 2-10 season. Oregon went to Charlottesville, Va., last season and won, 59-10. The visit gives East Coast Heisman voters a look at UCLA quarterback Brett Hundley. Sept. 6, Memphis, 7 p.m....
  • Protecting innocence to quash crime

    Protecting innocence to quash crime
    A few weeks ago, I watched LAPD Assistant Chief Earl Paysinger salute the largest-ever graduating class of teenage cadets in a ceremony at USC's Galen Center, where he congratulated them for their commitment to public service. Last week, Paysinger was...
  • For Chinese students at USC, a tragic circle tightens

    For Chinese students at USC, a tragic circle tightens
    The messages in Chinese kept flashing across Haowang Wang's phone: Another USC Chinese student had been killed. Shui? Shui? the messages repeated. Who is it? Wang froze briefly, then began making calls he thought he'd never have to make again —...
  • At slain Chinese student's USC memorial, flowers and tears

    At slain Chinese student's USC memorial, flowers and tears
    They trickled through the doors of USC's Newman Hall on Friday, many dressed in black, others in flip-flops and some carrying bouquets of white flowers to lay near their classmate's photo on stage. About 400 students gathered at USC to remember Xinran...