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February 13, 2014 | By Jim Peltz
Much to USC's dismay, Utah forward Jordan Loveridge got hot from three-point territory in the first half Thursday night, sinking three shots from long range. Then his Utes teammate Brandon Taylor got in on the three-point act. And so did yet another Utah forward, Dakarai Tucker. Their long-distance display proved too much for USC, despite a late-game comeback attempt by the Trojans, and Utah defeated USC, 79-71, at the Galen Center. It was the 10th loss in the last 11 games for USC, which is 10-14 overall and 1-10 in Pac-12 play, which is why the Trojans are last in the conference standings.
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February 20, 2014 | From staff and wire reports
Chasson Randle scored 18 points to lead Stanford to its fourth win in five games and a season sweep against Southern California with an 80-59 victory on Thursday night. Dwight Powell added 14 points and Josh Huestis had 11 points and a career-high 18 rebounds for the Cardinal (17-8, 8-5 Pac-12), who head into Saturday night's showdown against No. 23 UCLA on a roll. Pe'Shon Howard scored 13 and Julian Jacobs added 11 for the Trojans (10-16, 1-12), who have lost seven straight games under first-year Coach Andy Enfield.
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January 22, 2014 | By Jim Peltz
USC men's basketball Coach Andy Enfield acknowledged this week that his players were starting to get frustrated after their poor start in Pac-12 Conference play this season. Not anymore. The Trojans won their first Pac-12 game of the season Wednesday night, and California lost its first, as the Trojans defeated the Golden Bears, 77-69, at the Galen Center. BOX SCORE: USC 77, California 69 USC improved to 1-5 in conference games and 10-9 overall. Cal fell to 5-1 and 14-5.
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February 13, 2014 | By Jim Peltz
Much to USC's dismay, Utah forward Jordan Loveridge got hot from three-point territory in the first half Thursday night, sinking three shots from long range. Then his Utes teammate Brandon Taylor got in on the three-point act. And so did yet another Utah forward, Dakarai Tucker. Their long-distance display proved too much for USC, despite a late-game comeback attempt by the Trojans, and Utah defeated USC, 79-71, at the Galen Center. It was the 10th loss in the last 11 games for USC, which is 10-14 overall and 1-10 in Pac-12 play, which is why the Trojans are last in the conference standings.
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February 20, 2014 | From staff and wire reports
Chasson Randle scored 18 points to lead Stanford to its fourth win in five games and a season sweep against Southern California with an 80-59 victory on Thursday night. Dwight Powell added 14 points and Josh Huestis had 11 points and a career-high 18 rebounds for the Cardinal (17-8, 8-5 Pac-12), who head into Saturday night's showdown against No. 23 UCLA on a roll. Pe'Shon Howard scored 13 and Julian Jacobs added 11 for the Trojans (10-16, 1-12), who have lost seven straight games under first-year Coach Andy Enfield.
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December 20, 2013 | By Diane Pucin
J.T. Terrell was eligible to play for USC, according to Coach Andy Enfield, but he didn't play. Byron Wesley is the Trojans' leading scorer and has been eligible all year, but he didn't start. Maybe that's the reason the Trojans started off so slowly Thursday night. A double-digit halftime deficit couldn't be overcome and Long Beach State (2-9) beat the Trojans, 72-71, at Long Beach's Walter Pyramid. Wesley, a 6-foot-5 junior, has been the constant on this up-and-down USC team (7-4)
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December 15, 2013 | By Diane Pucin
If atmosphere counts, if having fans in seats, fans who make noise, who clap or boo or even just go buy a hot dog, if any of that matters, then USC had no chance Sunday at Galen Center against Cal State Bakersfield. But if it is the team that should provide the atmosphere, if it is the team that is supposed to make the fans clap or boo or stand and shout, then USC also should have had no chance against Bakersfield. The Trojans, coming off their two best victories of the season, against Xavier and Boston College, played with the energy of Santa Claus after he traveled around the world and dropped off his last gift.
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January 12, 2014 | By Jim Peltz
The last time USC's basketball team defeated the top-ranked team in the country was 44 years ago, and that span is still growing. No. 1-ranked Arizona, aided by a rash of Trojans turnovers in the second half, rolled to a 73-53 win over USC on Sunday night in front of a crowd of 8,347 at the Galen Center. The victory lifted Arizona's record to 17-0 overall and 4-0 in Pac-12 Conference play, while USC dropped to 9-7 and 0-3 in conference games. BOX SCORE: Arizona 73, USC 53 The Trojans gave Arizona a handful for the first 15 minutes of the game, and USC led, 27-23, with about five minutes left in the first half.
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January 5, 2014 | By Diane Pucin
In his first game against crosstown rival UCLA, new USC men's basketball Coach Andy Enfield had a quick and easy answer for any positives he might have located in the Trojans' 107-73 loss to the Bruins. "None," Enfield said. He could cite no good happenings on defense. The Bruins shot 22 for 36 (61%) in the first half, 19 for 35 in the second half (54.3%) and 41 for 71 for the game (57.7%). "UCLA shot the ball really well and that seemed to rattle us," Enfield said, speaking in a closet-sized room filled with mops and buckets stuffed with volleyball nets.
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October 27, 2013 | By Diane Pucin
Julian Jacobs, a 6-foot-3, 180-pound freshman guard for USC had been recruited to be a Trojan by then-Coach Kevin O'Neill, who played a style of basketball where if either team scored 50 points it seemed as if the scoreboard at Galen Center might explode. On Sunday, Jacobs had five dunks during a public scrimmage USC held at Galen Center. Under O'Neill he might not have had five dunks all season. It was the first time USC fans could see the makings of the team new Coach Andy Enfield will put on the court when the Trojans open Nov. 8 at Utah State, a bit of a scheduling challenge Enfield said he wouldn't have chosen.
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January 22, 2014 | By Jim Peltz
USC men's basketball Coach Andy Enfield acknowledged this week that his players were starting to get frustrated after their poor start in Pac-12 Conference play this season. Not anymore. The Trojans won their first Pac-12 game of the season Wednesday night, and California lost its first, as the Trojans defeated the Golden Bears, 77-69, at the Galen Center. BOX SCORE: USC 77, California 69 USC improved to 1-5 in conference games and 10-9 overall. Cal fell to 5-1 and 14-5.
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January 12, 2014 | By Jim Peltz
The last time USC's basketball team defeated the top-ranked team in the country was 44 years ago, and that span is still growing. No. 1-ranked Arizona, aided by a rash of Trojans turnovers in the second half, rolled to a 73-53 win over USC on Sunday night in front of a crowd of 8,347 at the Galen Center. The victory lifted Arizona's record to 17-0 overall and 4-0 in Pac-12 Conference play, while USC dropped to 9-7 and 0-3 in conference games. BOX SCORE: Arizona 73, USC 53 The Trojans gave Arizona a handful for the first 15 minutes of the game, and USC led, 27-23, with about five minutes left in the first half.
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January 5, 2014 | By Diane Pucin
In his first game against crosstown rival UCLA, new USC men's basketball Coach Andy Enfield had a quick and easy answer for any positives he might have located in the Trojans' 107-73 loss to the Bruins. "None," Enfield said. He could cite no good happenings on defense. The Bruins shot 22 for 36 (61%) in the first half, 19 for 35 in the second half (54.3%) and 41 for 71 for the game (57.7%). "UCLA shot the ball really well and that seemed to rattle us," Enfield said, speaking in a closet-sized room filled with mops and buckets stuffed with volleyball nets.
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December 20, 2013 | By Diane Pucin
J.T. Terrell was eligible to play for USC, according to Coach Andy Enfield, but he didn't play. Byron Wesley is the Trojans' leading scorer and has been eligible all year, but he didn't start. Maybe that's the reason the Trojans started off so slowly Thursday night. A double-digit halftime deficit couldn't be overcome and Long Beach State (2-9) beat the Trojans, 72-71, at Long Beach's Walter Pyramid. Wesley, a 6-foot-5 junior, has been the constant on this up-and-down USC team (7-4)
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December 15, 2013 | By Diane Pucin
If atmosphere counts, if having fans in seats, fans who make noise, who clap or boo or even just go buy a hot dog, if any of that matters, then USC had no chance Sunday at Galen Center against Cal State Bakersfield. But if it is the team that should provide the atmosphere, if it is the team that is supposed to make the fans clap or boo or stand and shout, then USC also should have had no chance against Bakersfield. The Trojans, coming off their two best victories of the season, against Xavier and Boston College, played with the energy of Santa Claus after he traveled around the world and dropped off his last gift.
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October 27, 2013 | By Diane Pucin
Julian Jacobs, a 6-foot-3, 180-pound freshman guard for USC had been recruited to be a Trojan by then-Coach Kevin O'Neill, who played a style of basketball where if either team scored 50 points it seemed as if the scoreboard at Galen Center might explode. On Sunday, Jacobs had five dunks during a public scrimmage USC held at Galen Center. Under O'Neill he might not have had five dunks all season. It was the first time USC fans could see the makings of the team new Coach Andy Enfield will put on the court when the Trojans open Nov. 8 at Utah State, a bit of a scheduling challenge Enfield said he wouldn't have chosen.
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August 7, 1989
Trial attorney Melvin Belli did not defraud the government but must pay back taxes on a San Francisco building he gave to his children, the U.S. Tax Court ruled in Washington. Belli, 82, took the Internal Revenue Service to court last summer after it said he owed $3.3 million in back taxes and fraud penalties on the building.
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