A 13-year-legal battle over a pair of letters from the alphabet ended today when the Supreme Court declined to hear a case between USC and USC determining which school owns the right to market paraphernalia emblazoned with the “SC” logo.
This means an earlier ruling favoring USC stands.
Okay, that's enough of that. The University of South Carolina lost its long-running legal battle with the University of Southern California. Use of the interlocking combination of the 18th and third letters is, legally, the SoCal school's domain.