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USC Trojans finally out from under sanctions

It has been a long four years for the Trojans while dealing with the NCAA sanctions from the Reggie Bush fallout, but June 10 marks the first day the university is officially done with the sanction and probation period. Though the football team is still restricted in roster size for the 2014 season, there is a sense that the worst of the dark period is over. (ESPN.com)


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