If his past is any indication, O.J. Simpson will soon be paroled into a world of questionable friends, nasty onlookers and only one consistently reliable and historically deep outside connection.
The most notorious athlete in U.S. history can count on the fact that he’ll always be a USC Trojan.
USC promotes it. Simpson embraces it. And when he is finally set free from his Nevada prison cell as early as Oct. 1, with this year’s celebrated Trojans football team in the middle of national title and Heisman Trophy chases, he will once again be bonded to it.
Simpson, 70, was granted parole Thursday after serving more than eight years for a Las Vegas robbery. He told four...