“Trojans Live” is a weekly, comprehensive look at one of the most storied athletic programs in America. The hour-long, first-of-its-kind broadcast devoted to USC sports features student athletes and coaches from all USC sports, game previews and a regular dose of behind-the-scenes insight and breaking news.
Produced by FOX Sports West and USC Sports Properties (a division of Fox Sports), the program is hosted by John Jackson, a former NFL wide receiver and two-sport Academic All-American at USC, alongside Jordan Moore, USC broadcaster and director of social media for USC Athletics. Trojans’ radio announcer, Pete Arbogast, will also be a frequent guest contributor on the show.
The show airs before a live audience at The Lab, a gastropub located at 3500 Figueroa Street in Los Angeles, across the street from the USC campus. The public is welcome and audience members will have the chance to ask questions on-air and meet the coaches and guests. Listeners can also submit questions via Twitter using #TrojansLive. “Trojans Live” will also stream on www.KFWB.com and www.usctrojans.com.
About USC Athletics
USC has one of the nation’s most successful athletic programs. Trojan teams have won 120 national championships (95 mens, including a national-best 82 NCAA titles, and 25 women’s), more than all but two other schools.
USC’s men athletes have won more individual NCAA titles (309) than any other school (the Women of Troy have another 70 individual NCAA crowns). Troy has more Olympians, medalists and gold medalists than any school: Since 1904, 419 Trojans have competed in the Games, winning 135 gold medals (with at least 1 gold in every summer Olympics from 1912), 87 silver and 64 bronze.
Four Trojans have won the prestigious Sullivan Award as America’s top amateur athlete: diver Sammy Lee (1953), shot putter Parry O’Brien (1959) and swimmers John Naber (1977) and Janet Evans (1989).
Two Women of Troy have won the Honda-Broderick Cup as the top collegiate woman athlete of the year: Cheryl Miller (1983-84) and Angela Williams (2001-02). Trojan women have won 15 Honda Awards, as their sport’s top female athlete. USC student-athletes have received 52 NCAA Postgraduate Scholarships (in the Top 10 among all schools) and Troy has had 31 first team Academic All-Americans and 4 athletes who were Rhodes Scholars.
USC fields 21 intercollegiate teams, 9 mens (football, basketball, baseball, track and field, swimming and diving, tennis, golf, water polo, volleyball) and 12 women’s (basketball, track and field, swimming and diving, tennis, golf, water polo, volleyball, rowing, cross country, lacrosse, sand volleyball).