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J. Brady McCollough

J. Brady McCollough is the Los Angeles Times’ USC beat reporter. He was a 2017 Nieman fellow at Harvard University and the former projects reporter for sports and news at the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, specializing in narrative nonfiction and human-interest reporting. His stories have taken him to Russia, Cuba, the Dominican Republic and Mario Lemieux’s wine cellar. From 2007-11, McCollough covered the University of Kansas for the Kansas City Star. His work has been recognized 12 times as a Top 10 winner in the Associated Press Sports Editors annual writing contest, and he has received notable mention four times in the Best American Sports Writing series. McCollough began writing on college football when he launched his own website, NCAAtop25.com, in 1995 as a 13-year-old and knows that his teenage self would be thrilled for this assignment.
Texas Christian hands Andy Enfield his worst loss in six years at USC

USC looked like it had other plans too, neglecting to show up on the near-empty big stage while TCU spent 40 minutes of court time putting on a clinic in unselfish basketball during a 96-61 annihilation of the Trojans.

USC faces a 'must-win' game against TCU to bolster its NCAA tournament hopes

USC coach Andy Enfield was not afraid this week to build up Friday night’s game against TCU at Staples Center to his Trojans, telling them it was a must-win. 

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