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Brandon Johnson, the University of San Diego's all-time leading scorer in men's basketball, spent the summer incarcerated at a Houston prison. Johnson was serving a six-month sentence for his role in USD's game-fixing scandal. Johnny Dee passed the
Saint Mary's College, which took second in the WCC standings last year, begins this season against league newcomer Pacific on Dec...The Gaels then travel up north for road games at defending champion and rival Gonzaga on Jan. 2 and Portland on Jan. 4.
A lone fan about a dozen rows behind the USD bench was begging, pleading, cajoling, challenging the Toreros to stop USF from scoring...But no matter how loud the woman yelled or how hard coach Bill Grier stomped his right foot into the hardwood, it
Sitting in the Jenny Craig Pavilion media center, having just addressed a group of alumni members, USD point guard Christopher Anderson was asked a simple question...Two days before tonight's test at the University of Portland, head coach Bill Grier
Unless, of course, you're a men's basketball team in the West Coast Conference. In that case, you are either Gonzaga, or you are one of the eight schools nowhere close to as good as Gonzaga...Zags scored a 65-63 victory over a USD team that wouldn't
When the West Coast Conference men's basketball schedule was released last summer, USD coach Bill Grier quickly scanned the Toreros' assignments, paused at a mid-season stretch and probably reached for the Tylenol. Beginning Saturday, the Toreros
Time Warner Cable Sports Net; 1090-AM Toreros outlook : It'll be interesting to see how USD responds following its 81-48 shellacking at Saint Mary's. It was the Toreros' worse loss since last season's conference-opening 88-52 defeat at BYU.
On the eve of USD's conference opener, his team having lost three of four and demonstrating a propensity to lose close games, coach Bill Grier admits he was perplexed. Quite honestly, he said, sitting at a press-row table after practice this week, I
USD coach Bill Grier has put his faith in two freshman guards this season. Charlie Neuman Written by 9:45 p.m., Jan. 2, 2013 There was the three-point loss at home to Cal State Northridge. The one-point loss at Montana after leading by seven inside
Minus the smallest member of its roster, USD could have been in big trouble Saturday. For the first time this season, the Toreros were missing Christopher Anderson, their 5-foot-7 dynamo of a point guard. For the first time in his college career, the