Tag Archives: Lane Kiffin
Jonathan Quick and the Kings are the most exciting thing going right now for So Cal Sports fans
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 [...]
The Dog House will be barking Friday night
The basketball playoff pairings were announced Sunday and again some of the brackets left you scratching your head. Baldwin Park is traveling to Beaumont. I hope that gas bill fits into the school budget.
Mt. View made the playoffs. That’s the good news. The bad news is they’re traveling [...]
Ray Lewis: Best ever?
Have you moved off the couch for the last week and a half? If you’re a football fan, and aren’t we all? it’s been heaven with a bowl game nearly every night followed by the start of the NFL playoffs this past weekend.The wives and girlfriends might not be too happy but [...]
So much for finding out how that new overtime system in the playoffs works out. One play? What happened to that dominant Pittsburgh defense?
Of course credit goes to Tim Tebow and the Denver Broncos. Tebow threw for over 300 yards and two touchdowns and rushed for another and for the Bronco faithful it’s [...]
Notes and observations from Christmas Weekend 2011:
It feels strange to have a Sunday in December with just one NFL Game. With Christmas falling on a Sunday all of the games were moved to Saturday the 24th leaving Green Bay and Chicago with the spotlight all to themselves on Sunday night.
It looks like that loss [...]
Upon furthur review Lane Kiffin is the right guy for Trojans
By Tim Peterson
My first thought when USC announced the hiring of Lane Kiffin last week was why didn’t Matt Koffler get the job? But after coming to my senses and realizing that Koffler would never leave Rosemead for the Trojans my second thought was [...]
Jim Arellanes would have been a good fit at USC
We knew it would happen sooner or later. USC fans, like me, hoped it would be later but after a year in which the Trojans lost four games, and possible NCAA sanctions coming down the time was perfect for Pete Carroll to take his act [...]