It's a tough job, but somebody has to do it. Scott Wolf, the USC beat reporter for the Los Angeles Daily News, rounded up the Utah cheer squad for this shot Saturday evening at the Memorial Coliseum. Chalk up another one for the portfolio!
Add another image to the collection. Scott Wolf, the USC beat reporter for the Los Angeles Daily News, took time out from his busy duties at Saturday's game in Minneapolis to pose for a photo with the Minnesota cheer squad. Photo by Mark Vancleave.
So you want to be a newspaper reporter? The hours are long and you're not going to get rich, but there are benefits. Scott Wolf, the USC beat reporter for the Los Angeles Daily News, huddled with the Virginia cheerleaders before Saturday night's game at the Coliseum, the latest edition to his portfolio of cheerleader shots.
You'll often hear coaches and administrators talk about the benefits of playing in a bowl game, but lost in that sea of chatter are the reporters who do the heavy lifting while covering a team.
Scott Wolf, the USC beat writer for the Los Angeles Daily News, shows there is fun to be had for the working press on a postseason trip. Wolf caught up with the Boston College cheerleaders during his trip to San Francisco to cover the Emerald Bowl.
Finally there is a voice of reason amid the bickering between USC and UCLA fans (more on that shortly). While fans squabbled during Saturday's game between the crosstown rivals, Scott Wolf, the USC beat writer for the Los Angeles Daily News, took the opportunity to huddle with the Bruin cheerleaders.
Wolf's impressive portfolio of shots with cheerleaders can be viewed by clicking here. Thanks to John!