After what seems to be an early start to the season, things will get tough for the Trojans starting on Sept. 28, when a three-game stretch att Arizona State, home for Arizona and at Notre Dame kicks off.
In October, 'Carmageddon' could be coming to the Coliseum, if USC hosts Arizona on Thursday, Oct. 10, in the middle of L.A. rush hour.
Coming off a bitterly disappointing loss to Arizona, the Trojans find themselves searching for answers as it tries to close out the season on a positive.
Steve Bisheff writes that the USC's loss to Arizona featured questionable coaching and a lack of discipline, two hallmarks of the Trojans this year.
They have different offenses and personalities, but dig deeper and you'll notice similarities between Lane Kiffin and Rich Rodriguez.
With USC's offense coming off a season-best performance and Arizona taking to Rich Rodriguez's spread attack, Saturday's matchup could produce big point totals.
While USC became bowl-eligible with its win over Colorado, the Trojans are looking for more against Arizona.
A statistical breakdown of the remaining opponents on USC's schedule.
With less than three months before the opening of the 2012 season, WeAreSC takes a preliminary look at the Trojans' schedule.
With signing day less than two weeks away, this is how the recruiting classes in the Pac-12 stack up.
The 2011 season might have just ended, but it's not too early for USC fans to look at the 2012 schedule.
USC picked a good time to go 10-2, as much of the South Division is retooling with high-profile coaches.
USC has the best class in the Pac-12 to date, but Arizona State and UCLA are looming.
The much-maligned USC defense earned its keep Thursday, forcing five turnovers and carrying the Trojans to victory.
Early touchdown convinces USC to outgun Arizona instead of playing keep-away; conservative defense a work in progress.
It wasn't pretty, especially on defense, but USC showed the resolve necessary to get back in the win column.