Tag Archives: USC Football

The TEN: 8/31/2016

(“The TEN” is not a top ten but ten items worth being included in The TEN”)

Nevens, Conquerors, Run Roughshod over Titans

By Tim Peterson (San Marino) – Tyler Nevens rushed for 288 yards and four touchdowns to lead Los Altos to a 38-6 rout of San Marino Friday night on the Titans home field.

The Peterson Principle: 8/22/2016

By Tim Peterson I was talking to Arroyo’s biggest fan James Markoya, otherwise known as “The Wolf” Friday night at the Arcadia-San Marino scrimmage and we were going over Arroyo’s schedule.

Trojans Name Browne Starter

By Tim Peterson (Los Angeles) – USC Coach Clay Helton named Max Browne the starting quarterback Saturday afternoon. Browne, a redshirt junior, had the edge coming into training camp but he was pressed the least few weeks by redshirt freshman Sam Darnold.

The Peterson Principle: 8/8/2016

By Tim Peterson Overheard at USC practice on Saturday by another reporter. “This is nothing like camp at UCLA. There’s just no energy at UCLA. Here you can feel the excitement. Over there nobody cares.”

Trojans Getting Ready: A Few More Shots

A few more shots of USC gearing up for the season at Howard Jones Field.

The Peterson Principle: 8/1/2016

By Tim Peterson They came wearing watermelons on their heads and carrying fatheads of Stan Kroenke. They came with signs and cameras and jerseys of their favorite players – old and current.

The TEN: 7/20/2016

(“The TEN” is not a top ten but ten items worth being included in “The TEN”)

Mooney Returns to Sidelines; Joins South El Monte Staff

By Tim Peterson (South El Monte) – Former San Marino/Temple City head coach Mike Mooney is back in coaching after a six year hiatus, as an assistant coach at South El Monte, Eagles head coach Frank Gallardo confirmed Thursday.

KISS Opens with a Bite, 64-39

By Tim Peterson (Anaheim) – The LA KISS outscored Jacksonville 31-6 in the second half and went on to beat the Sharks 64-39 Saturday night to kick off the 2016 Arena Football League season at Honda Center.