The Los Angeles Police Department has confirmed that it is investigating a possible domestic violence case involving USC cornerback Josh Shaw.
A day after Josh Shaw was suspended from all team activities with USC, coach Steve Sarkisian struck a conciliatory tone when asked about the cornerback’s future with the Trojans.
The cover-up can be worse than the crime. And USC cornerback Josh Shaw is far from the first sports figure to spin a bogus story to explain an injury.
A University of Southern California senior running back quit the football team Thursday, just days before their home opener, after calling the team’s head coach a racist on social media.
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USC cornerback and recently named team captain Josh Shaw has admitted to lying about how he sprained both his ankles last weekend, saying that his original story about jumping off a balcony to save his drowning nephew was a lie.
USC officials Tuesday were investigating an incident where Trojan cornerback Josh Shaw injured both of his ankles after allegedly jumping from a balcony to save his drowning nephew.
Southern California senior cornerback Josh Shaw injured both ankles after leaping from a second-story balcony to save his 7-year-old nephew, Carter, from drowning in a pool.
About 3,000 new USC undergrads moved into on-campus housing Wednesday ahead of the fall semester.
Cody Kessler’s head has finally stopped spinning after a Southern California season featuring four head coaches, interminable drama and — somehow — 10 victories.
Four teenagers – two of whom are being prosecuted as adults – pleaded not guilty Tuesday to murder charges stemming from the deadly assault of USC graduate student from China last month.
Derek Adam Seehausen, 26, was last seen leaving an apartment in the 400 block of West Glenoaks Boulevard about 6 a.m. that day, according to the Los Angeles Police Department.
The University of Southern California Friday announced new security and safety programs in the wake of a Chinese exchange student’s murder.
The NCAA Board of Directors voted 16-2 on Thursday to approve a historic package of changes that allows the five richest football conferences — the ACC, Big Ten, Big 12, Pac-12 and SEC — to unilaterally change some of the rules that have applied to all Division I schools for years. The 65 universities in those leagues will also benefit from a new, weighted voting system on legislation covering the 350 schools in Division I.
USC Wednesday was mourning the loss of an Army general killed in Afghanistan.