Category Archives: Max Meyer

  1. Chimezie Metu Exhibits Impressive Growth in USC’s Comeback Win

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    November 13, 2016 by Max Meyer

    By Max Meyer After another sluggish start, USC was able to bounce back to defeat Omaha 82-72 Sunday at the …
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  2. Max Analysis: The Two Big Reasons for USC’s Loss vs. Utah

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    March 10, 2016 by Max Meyer

    By Max Meyer While the result may have been the same as last year’s Pac-12 tournament, make no mistake, USC …
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  3. Max Analysis: Dream Regular Season Ends On Sour Note

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    March 5, 2016 by Max Meyer

    By Max Meyer In a wonky Saturday afternoon that featured a power outage at the Galen Center, USC was tripped …
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  4. Max Analysis: The Colossal Comeback

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    February 17, 2016 by Max Meyer

    By Max Meyer USC faced its first halftime deficit at Galen Center this season on Wednesday night against Colorado, and …
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  5. Max Analysis: USC Sweeps UCLA in Dominant Win

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    February 4, 2016 by Max Meyer

    By Max Meyer In front of one of the biggest crowds in Galen Center history, USC finished off the regular-season …
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  6. Max Analysis: USC Earns Place in National Spotlight After Win Over UCLA

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    January 13, 2016 by Max Meyer

    By Max Meyer Andy Enfield’s team finally got over the hump. After losing against Steve Alford’s Bruins by double-digits in …
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  7. Max Analysis: The Numbers Behind USC’s Dramatic Improvement

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    January 10, 2016 by Max Meyer

    By Max Meyer After USC’s upset against No. 7 Arizona on Saturday night, it’s time to admit that Andy Enfield’s …
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  8. Max Analysis: Is It Dunk City or Block City?

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    December 21, 2015 by Max Meyer

    It wasn’t pretty on a late Monday night in Galen Center, but USC still managed to pull off a 70-51 …
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  9. Max Analysis: USC Starts Off This Season on the Right Foot

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    November 14, 2015 by Max Meyer

    Elijah Stewart (Courtesy of Galen Central) By Max Meyer What a different a year makes. In last season’s opener, USC …
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  10. Julian Jacobs is Thriving in his New Role

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    March 3, 2015 by Max Meyer

    Jacobs has been a key reason why USC basketball has improved over the duration of the season.

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