Tag Archives: Column

  1. Dodge: DiVincenzo Tweets Are What’s Wrong With Sports Journalism

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    April 3, 2018 by Sam Dodge

    Photo: Getty Images Dante’s Inferno. Dante’s Peak. Donte DiVicenzo. The first is a literal descent into hell. The second is …
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  2. Dodge: Despite falling a game short, USC reminds fans why they love these players

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    March 11, 2018 by Sam Dodge

    Every team has a story. For USC this season, it has echoed the speech from the sixth Rocky movie. “It’s …
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  3. Dodge: USC needs to sweep UCLA to rise in L.A. basketball hierarchy

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    January 30, 2018 by Sam Dodge

    With UCLA’s inconsistency over the last decade, attendance has suffered. (Getty Images) LOS ANGELES – USC has a chance this …
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  4. Dodge: The Pac-12 has an image problem. USC is the way out.

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    January 25, 2018 by Sam Dodge

    LOS ANGELES — There’s a Rodney Dangerfield problem for Pac-12 basketball. Quickmeme.com It gets no respect at all. The evidence …
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  5. Dodge: Is The Defense for Real?

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    January 16, 2018 by Sam Dodge

    The team that couldn’t stop Princeton may be finding its defensive footing. Larger tests loom. (Galen Central) LOS ANGELES – …
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  6. Dodge: USC defends itself instead of Melton

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    January 12, 2018 by Sam Dodge

    De’Anthony Melton, 22, must sit out the rest of the season, as mandated by USC. (AP/Rick Bowmer) LOS ANGELES – …
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