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USC is expected to announce the hire of Lincoln Riley
USC is expected to announce the hire Lincoln Riley, capping a three-month search led by Mike Bohn.
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High school football: Southern California and Northern California Regional pairings
High school football: Southern California and Northern California Regional pairings
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UCLA's late-season surge probably solidifies coach Chip Kelly's once-shaky standing
UCLA coach Chip Kelly will probably return in 2022 with a contract extension after the Bruins' strong finish to the regular season.
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Sierra Canyon remains No. 1 in Times' boys' basketball rankings
A look at The Times' top 25 high school basketball teams in the Southland with Sierra Canyon claiming the No. 1 spot.
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Steph Curry's in town, but leave room for Paul George in the early MVP conversation
While Stephen Curry and Kevin Durant dominate the NBA MVP discussion, the Clippers' Paul George is putting up worthy numbers and providing leadership.
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'I'm just ready to live life.' Carli Lloyd content at home in early days of retirement
Carli Lloyd, relaxing in her New Jersey home, says she has no regrets about her elite soccer career fueled by belief others wanted to see her fail.
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Rams vs. Green Bay Packers matchups, start time and how to watch
Matthew Stafford will try to rediscover his early-season form and eliminate the risk for interceptions when the Rams take on the Green Bay Packers.
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Chargers vs. Denver Broncos matchups, start time and how to watch
The Chargers didn't have much problem scoring against the Steelers last week, but the Denver Broncos present a tougher challenge for Justin Herbert.
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USC rally comes up short in loss to No. 13 BYU that ends Trojans' bowl hopes
USC fought back but came up short in a 35-31 loss to No. 13 Brigham Young on Saturday night that eliminates the Trojans from becoming bowl eligible.
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UCLA dominates against Cal to enter bowl season on a wave of momentum
UCLA scores 32 unanswered points in a 42-14 win over California. The Bruins now wait to see which bowl game they'll land in after their 8-4 season.
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Orange Lutheran uses stunning rally to take Southern Section Division 2 title game
Orange Lutheran rallied late to shock top-seeded Mission Hills Bishop Alemany 38-35 in the Southern Section Division 2 championship game Saturday night.
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Arlis Boardingham plays big role as Birmingham beats San Pedro for City Section title
Arlis Boardingham, a 6-foot-5 receiver, helped lead Lake Balboa Birmingham to a 24-14 win over San Pedro in the City Section Open Division title game.
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Ryan Feinberg fires four TD passes as El Camino Real wins City Section Division II title
El Camino Real defeats Los Angeles Hamilton 37-18 at Pierce College in the CIF City Section Division II championship game.
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Armed with Matthew Stafford, Sean McVay ready for showdown vs. Matt LaFleur
Sean McVay and the Rams didn't fare well against former offensive coordinator Matt LaFleur in the playoffs last season, and the Rams are ready for revenge.
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Newbury Park sets state record to win Division I boys' cross-country title
Newbury Park runners take top four spots at CIF state Division I championships in Fresno, led by brothers Colin and Aaron Sahlman, and Leo and Lex Young.
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Letters to Sports: The same age-old story with the Lakers
L.A. Times readers are getting tired of hearing the same excuses from the Lakers, while the UCLA-USC rivalry game was another heated talking point.
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Galaxy GM Dennis te Kloese leaving for Netherlands club
The Galaxy have lost another general manager after Dennis te Kloese left to return to the Netherlands as CEO at Feyenoord of the Dutch Eredivisie.
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Column: Lakers are below .500 again, and there's reason to doubt they'll get much better
What if the way the Lakers stumbled through a triple-overtime loss Friday to perennially downtrodden Sacramento turns out to be who they really are?
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Crash kills Redondo Beach couple who helped Darfur refugees gain independence through soccer
A Redondo Beach couple who offered Darfur refugees hope and a way out via soccer are killed in a four-car traffic accident in Manhattan Beach.
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With renewed confidence, Chargers look forward to playing at Denver
Austin Ekeler is among the Chargers who have talked about the different feel surrounding this group, the confidence that began taking root sometime after Brandon Staley was hired.
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Column: 'You can be who you are.' Ducks organist Lindsay Imber shares her transition journey
Ducks organist Lindsay Imber hopes coming out as transgender and bisexual helps young people understand they can be themselves and work in sports.
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Valencia gets coach Larry Muir first Southern Section football title
Coach Larry Muir and Valencia High have won 11 of last 13 Foothill League titles but finally won a section title by beating Oaks Christian on Friday.
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Lakers play down to Kings' level and lose in triple overtime
The Lakers fall to the lowly Sacramento Kings in triple overtime, 141-137, to fall below .500 again.
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High school football: City and Southern Section championship scores
High school football: City and Southern Section championship scores
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Mater Dei wins Division 1 football title as controversy engulfs program
Mater Dei defeats Servite 27-7 to win the Southern Section Division 1 football title while an investigation into hazing begins following a lawsuit.
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Lakers' LeBron James fined by NBA for making obscene gesture
Lakers star LeBron James has been fined $15,000 for making an obscene gesture during the Lakers' win in Indiana on Wednesday, the NBA announced Friday.
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Rams' Odell Beckham Jr. looking to exorcise some bad Green Bay memories
His memories of playing at Lambeau Field are not pleasant, but receiver Odell Beckham Jr. is looking forward to returning to the stadium on Sunday.
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Carlos Rivera and Birmingham are in position to win City football title
Four-year starter Carlos Rivera has helped Birmingham reach the City Section Open Division football championship game after trials and tribulations.
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Chargers injury updates: Left guard Matt Feiler questionable
Starting left guard Matt Feiler was limited in practice Friday and is questionable for the Chargers' visit to Denver because of an ankle injury.
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USC faces big task vs. BYU in final home game of season
USC needs two more wins to become bowl eligible, but Brigham Young and its powerful offense is an obstacle the Trojans might not overcome.
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