Tuesday, September 14, 2010


The USC Men's Water Polo Team, the USC Women's Water Polo Team and the USC Men's Tennis Team were honored at the White House yesterday, Monday 9/13/2010. They were congratulated by President Barack Obama for being the only university in 2009-2010 to win THREE NCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS!!!

Where was the picture? Where was the article in the (UC)LA Times?


Another example of the (UC)LA Times bias against USC


I couldn't believe the last paragraph in T.J. Simers (UC)LA Times article today. The article, entitled, "Neuheisel is spared the Dorrell backlash", contained three paragraphs about "Uncle Pete". The last paragraph read, "Uncle Pete was even seen on TV shaking hands with the referee between plays, anything to get an edge, I guess. Once a Trojan, always a Trojan."

That last statement is ASININE!. During Pete Carroll's reign as USC Football's coach, it is documented that whomever the Trojans played, the opponent school was called for the FEWEST penalties in the USC game than in any other game they played all season long.

Always, the fewest penalties called when USC was the opponent....WHAT EDGE?

Further proof of the (UC)LA bias against USC!

Wednesday, September 8, 2010

Sense of ENTITLEMENT !!!

After reading (UC)LA Times reporter Bill Plaschke's article entitled "GIVE IT UP, REGGIE" in this morning's 9/8/2010 sports page, I wondered, just who has a "sense of entitlement"? Is it all the USC football players and Coach Pete Carroll that Mr. Plaschke berated, mocked and ridiculed in his article? Or is it Bill Plaschke himself? Mr. Plaschke is still bitter that Coach Pete Carroll stepped between Joe McKnight and himself after the 2009 Emerald Bowl, when he tried to interview the running back. Why is Bill Plaschke ENTITLED to demand an interview? Why is he ENTITLED to constantly write demeaning articles about USC Football players and coaches? Why does he have such a "sense of entitlement"?

Answer: The (UC)LA Times fuels his "sense of entitlement" when it constantly publishes his garbage.