Tag Archives: Kevin O’Neill

The Peterson Principle 5/6/13

  It’s tough being a sports fan in Southern California these days. The Lakers and the Clippers finished off disappointing seasons by being bounced in the first round. Both Mike D’Antoni and Vinny Del Negro are in danger of losing their jobs.  

The Peterson Principle 1/30/12

They don’t believe in playing defense in the Pro Bowl. It’s either that or the Lakers-T-Wolves. Wow what a bad Sunday night for sports.

The Peterson Principle 3/15/11

With the mess that is going on in the NFL right now March Madness couldn’t have come at a better time. If there is no football in September, we’ll worry about it then, but right now we can turn our attention to the best two weeks in sports – the NCAA college basketball tournament, aka […]

Bruins, Trojans among PAC-10 Teams into Postseason Play

By Tony Solorzano UCLA and USC’s season will continue as they join Arizona and Washington as the final representatives of the PAC-10 conference into the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament starting Tuesday night in Dayton, Ohio, while Cal and Washington State will represent the conference in the NIT Tournament.

Trojans Taken Down by Wildcat Whirlwind

  By Tony Solorzano (Los Angeles) – Derrick Williams and Perry Hill combined to lead the top-seeded Arizona Wildcats into the Finals of the Pacific Life PAC-10 Basketball Tournament with a 67-62 victory over the USC Trojans at Staples Center Friday night.

Breaking News: USC’s O’Neill Suspended for rest of PAC 10 Tournament

By Tony Solorzano (Los Angeles) – USC Coach Kevin O’Neill has been suspended by the school for the remainder of the Pacific 10 Tournament. The suspension stems from a verbal altercation that O’Neill got into last night with an Arizona booster at a downtown hotel.

Trojans Trounce Golden Bears

By Tony Solorzano (Los Angeles) – Four players scoring in double figures helped Southern California’s hopes for a continuation of their postseason success as the Trojans beat the University of California 70-56 to open the second day of competition Thursday at the Pacific Life PAC-10 Tournament at Staples Center.

The Peterson Principle 3/9/10

By Tim Peterson That was a cool haircut that Ron Artest was sporting Sunday against Orlando. But it didn’t seem to help. Besides hasn’t it been done before? When I first saw him running down the floor I thought Dennis Rodman had made a comeback. Actually I wish Rodman had come back. For everything he […]