Men's Basketball
    Granville Joins The USC Men's Basketball Radio Team
    Former Trojan basketball player Brandon Granville has joined the USC radio broadcast team.  In 2001 he joined Sam Clancy and David Bluthenthal in helping lead the Trojans to the NCAA Tournament Elite Eight.
    Former Trojan basketball player Brandon Granville has joined the USC radio broadcast team. In 2001 he joined Sam Clancy and David Bluthenthal in helping lead the Trojans to the NCAA Tournament Elite Eight.

    Oct. 26, 2012

    Brandon Granville, the USC all-time leader in assists and steals, has joined the USC men's basketball radio team as a color analyst, it was announced today (Oct. 26) by USC Associate A.D., New Media and Strategic Partnerships Jose Eskenazi and USC Sports Properties Vice President and General Manager Dan Shell. USC Sports Properties is the FOX-owned entity which manages the multi-media rights on behalf of USC Athletics, including radio.

    "We are extremely excited to have someone of Brandon's caliber and background join our men's basketball radio broadcast team," said Eskenazi. "His experience in leading the Trojans on the court translates very well to his abilities in calling and analyzing Trojan basketball games. It is always great to have a member of the Trojan Family be part of our program. The team of Chris Fisher and Brandon Granville will provide us with a fresh, unique perspective in our game radio broadcasts."

    Granville will join USC play-by-play announcer Chris Fisher in calling all the action for the USC men's basketball home and away games which will be aired on flagship station ESPN Radio 710. Granville had spent the past four seasons working as an analyst for FOX Sports.

    Granville was a star point guard at USC from 1999-02 and still is the school all-time leader in assists and steals. He averaged 11.5 points and 6.3 assists in his four-year career and helped lead USC to the Elite Eight in 2001.

    As a senior, Granville was named Pac-10 honorable mention and selected to the conference All-Tournament team. He also had a string of 34 consecutive free throws made. As a junior, he led the conference in assists with a 6.1 average which ranked 18th in the country. As a sophomore he set the USC record for assists in a single season with 248. He was also named honorable mention on the Pac-10 All-Freshman team. Granville also ranks second all-time by a Trojan in games played (124), minutes played (4,043) and three-point baskets made (218).

     

     

    Granville graduated from USC in 2002 with a degree in Sociology and then graduated from the Loyola Law School in 2007 and works at the Granville Law Group in Beverly Hills, Calif.