It says in part:
"...there were signs from the hearings that make it highly improbable U.S.C. football will leave this multimillion-dollar, four-year investigation with a wrist slap."
NY Times article on USC NCAA investigation
It says in part:
I especially liked this:
"There were seven boxes on the cart, including a six-inch-thick binder labeled U.S.C. Response Volume 1."
Sounds like there were a lot of charges.
...Coach Pete flew the coop before the s#!t hit the fan.
OT - but you stole my picture lol
...obviously think alike! Sorry about that. I thought I had the market cornered. Who should I make the royalty check out to??
haha. No need to bring ink and paper into this. The difference in the blue makes them different enough. I'm honestly shocked I haven't seen more of these since 2008-ish when the logo came out.
There is only one way to settle this... fight to the death! :D
But I've always wondered... Why does the NYT put in periods for every abbreviation? It's annoying to see "U.S.C." or "N.F.L." or "N.C.A.A." when that is never how people refer to them.
...by journalists who care nothing about sports.
Because they are the NYT.
BTW, I noticed that they don't do it with NBC.
I'm gonna go out on a limb and say that 'one or possibly a two box case' will likely be more severe than the several pages in the document charging M.
"Why does the NYT put in periods for every abbreviation? It's annoying to see "U.S.C." or "N.F.L." or "N.C.A.A." when that is never how people refer to them."
They have their own style guide. Most papers follow AP style. The NYT also refers to people with the "Mr." and "Mrs/Ms" before their last names.