USC Trojans Are Unstoppable

USC Extends Winning Streak To 11 Games

The USC Trojans are unstoppable, further evident last Saturday, when the Trojans soundly knocked off the Stanford Cardinal, 42-24 at the Coliseum. The Trojans have their eyes set on the National Championship, their next opponent is the Texas Longhorns.

The Trojans gained 623 total yards, avenging the three-game slide against Stanford. Quarterback Sam Darnold went 21 of 26, for 306 yards and 4 TD passes. Ronald Jones is an important asset in the backfield, while Deontay Burnett caught two TD receptions.

Every fan vividly remembers the 2006 BCS Title at the Rose Bowl. Widely recognized as the greatest game in the history of college football. Texas won 41-38, Trojan fans have nightmares of former Texas QB Vince Young running into the end zone, to capture the title, 41-38.

That was a lifetime ago, ‘SC is favored to beat a Texas program which is rebuilding. Kickoff is at 5:30 P.M. its also at the Coliseum, and is the Primetime matchup airing on ABC.

Los Angeles Rams cruise To Easy Victory To Open Season

The Los Angeles Rams steamrolled the visiting Indianapolis Colts, 46-9, to kick off the NFL regular season on Sunday, September 10th at the blistering Coliseum. Quarterback Jared Goff earned his first victory as a pro, setting a career high in passing yards, 305 to be exact, and a bullet down the middle for a TD pass to Wide Receiver Cooper Kupp.

The defense was relentless the entire game, Colts backup QB Scott Tolzien threw a wobbly duck on his first attempt, Cornerback Trumaine Johnson intercepted the pass, and returned it 39 yards for a ‘ SIX-erception ‘. That made it 10-0 Rams.

Head Coach Sean Mcvay earned his first victory. His fingerprints are all over the offense, Goff looks very confident thus far. He is cool in the pocket, makes his reads and delivers an accurate spiral. The newly acquired receiver from the Buffalo Bills. Sammie Watkins caught several receptions, fitting in quite well

Running Back Todd Gurley ran for 40 yards, and two touchdowns.

The defense is the Rams hallmark, new defensive coordinator Wade Phillips deserves credit for the fierce, nasty D. Besides the relentless pressure the defensive line put on Tolzien, Linebacker LaMarcus Joyner returned another interception to the house.

As for the Los Angeles Chargers, the Bolts nearly erased a 17 point difference on Monday night, falling to the Denver Broncos, 24-21.

The Chargers made a valiant comeback, scoring the final 14 points, forcing 3 Bronco turnovers to set up a game-tying 44-yard field goal.

Unfortunately, it was blocked and the Chargers are 1-9 in games decided by 7 or fewer points since 2016. The Chargers (0-1) have their home opener on Sunday, September 17th at the StubHub Center. The Chargers welcome the Miami Dolphins, kickoff is at 1:00 P.M.

The Rams (1-0), will host the Washington Redskins ( 0-1 ) this Sunday, September 17th. Kickoff is slated for 1: 25 P.M. The Coliseum will be rocking!

 

Code Blue  In Dodger town

The Los Angeles Dodgers are Hemmoraging,  suffering an 11 game losing streak,  and there is no end in sight. Two weeks ago,  the Dodgers we’re flirting with the best record in MLB history.  After dropping 14 of 15,  the Blue crew would be fortunate to even keep home field advantage in the National  League.

This eleven game slump is the worst since 1944 when the team was still in Brooklyn. The Dodgers are still in first place,  at 92-51,  the Blue Crew still have a nine-game head in the NL West.  The Washington Nationals still trail the Dodgers for home-field advantage in the National League.

Los Angeles is beginning to panic,  it’s water cooler talk anywhere you go.

The team has scored a measly 59 runs in 121 innings.  The bats have gone silent.  October is just around the order,  so hopefully, in some ironic way,  this struggle might unite the Dodgers for a run at the World Series.

Christopher Floch

Christopher Floch was born in 1985. At birth, he was born with a condition named: Arthrogryposis Multiplex Congenita. Arthrogryposis is when your joints are in a fixed postition, and unable to bend.(Sidebar: it's the same disability as the journalist from the New York Times, who President Donald Trump shamefully insulted) Floch was enamoured by the news at an early age. Even waking up at the crack of dawn to catch the morning's top headlines, so he'd break the story the moment his family awoke. Unfortunately, he never got an opportunity to hone his craft, as many advisers were close-minded, and he was denied several times for Newspaper/Yearbook in High school. The heroes of this tale are surprisingly, Community College and Underemployment; both factors proved instrumental as fate would have it. In his brief career, he has covered two Super Bowls, UCLA and USC football. The Los Angeles Dodgers and three Rose Bowls. In his spare time, he loves to spend time with his nephew, Liam. He drinks far too many sodas, however, he will swear it's all a big conspiracy. He loves Rock music, and is glad to share why Kobe is better than LeBron! The man is a card, the jester. He thinks he is funnier than he truly is! GOD BLESS