I do love beating Cal, and I have gotten very used to it. I still remember the Hackett-led debacle in the Coliseum (1998) when a 22-point 4th quarter lead turned into a loss, which almost led to riots at the hands of their barbaric...

As I sit here at LAX in the lounge getting ready for a red-eye flight to the world's greatest city, watching my fourth college football game of the day (the first one being the USC one that I attended), I just want to throw out...

There are tremendous mixed feelings this week because on one hand I really do have major concerns about my beloved Trojans and what could come of this season. On the other hand, it is one loss, and I think we did a lot of...

It is nearly impossible to say who the dominant teams will be in college football this year. I know Oklahoma and Alabama are good, but Alabama has not been tested yet (at all), and last year after a strong September start they ended up...

This week's edition of the Weekly Musings is dedicated to the men and women who lost their lives on 9/11 at the hands of fanatical terrorists. We will never forget. The Pac-12 kicks off in the Coliseum with a USC win over Utah, and the...

Is USC one of the better teams in the country?  I think so.  And I think I can prove it. The fact that Stanford struggled with ASU is a break-even for USC (we beat Stanford on the road but the cheater time clock operator allowed 11-point...

I was stuck in Chicago Friday night when my flight back to Orange County got cancelled.  This did not create the Saturday I was hoping for, and consequently I missed a lot of this weekend's action.  But I did get back in time for my...

The footage of the Coliseum was absolutely gorgeous on College GameDay (Saturday morning ESPN), and undoubtedly provided a glimpse to the country of what an Olympic stadium of that kind of pageantry and history looks like. The game provided a lot of the drama and excitement...