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NCAAF: Steve Sarkisian Sues USC Over Alcoholism

The University of Southern California was hit Monday with a breach of contract and wrongful termination suit filed by former football coach Steve Sarkisian in California state court, saying the school discriminated against him for his alcoholism disability by firing him in October. The complaint was filed in California Superior Court in Los Angeles and brings 14 claims, including ones of disability discrimination and invasion of privacy, and seeks payment
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The Mad Scientist: The Ultimate College Football Playoff Analysis

Well, we have reached the penultimate week of the College Football Playoff rankings, and the Top 4 teams held serve going into the final week of the season - Clemson, Alabama, Oklahoma and Iowa. So without further ado, "The Mad Scientist" will no analyze would could happen after "Conference Championship Week". First scenario (and probably the most likely scenario of them all) - All the top teams (sans Oklahoma due
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NCAA Football : Achilles Heel? The Myth Of The USC Quarterback In The NFL

LOS ANGELES – For all of their many accomplishments on the college gridiron, USC quarterbacks have mostly flopped at the next level. One would think that a major college program that has produced 11 national titles, 38 conference titles and seven Heisman Trophy winners, including two by quarterbacks Carson Palmer and Matt Leinart, that a USC quarterback would lead an NFL team to a Super Bowl, but for the last
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Cleveland Browns : Why TE Jordan Cameron is Ready to Shine

When the Cleveland Browns drafted Jordan Cameron in the fourth round (102nd overall) from the USC Trojans, it was obvious that they were taking a chance on a raw and athletic player that could benefit them in the future. Now in his third year in the NFL, is 2013 the year for Cameron? It better be, there are no excuses. Much like Bradon Weeden's situation, Cameron should be held accountable too. With fan favorite Benjamin Watson leaving