Steve Bisheff gives his take on the bowl season, from USC's ineptitude to Johnny Manziel's brilliance and everything in between.
USC Trojans are on the rise, but before booking that trip to the BCS title game, there are couple of major questions to answer
To listen to some experts, USC and LSU are favored to meet for the BCS title in six months. As long as we're having fun with way-too-early projections, let's break down that matchup.
After redshirting last season, Greg Townsend Jr., the son of former Raiders all-Pro defensive end Greg Townsend, is adjusting to being moved to defensive tackle.
While Steve Bisheff isn't ready to say that USC could have beaten Alabama on Monday, he's sure the Trojans would have tested Bama's defense a lot more than LSU did.
Steve Bisheff shows wariness of UCLA, hopes for a Stanford-Boise State bowl showdown and sings the praises of Jim Harbaugh.
The Trojans, who ruled the Pac-10 over much of the past decade, want to beat Oregon, the big dog of the present, to establish a future foothold.
USC controls its fate as it begins a stretch that will determine Rose Bowl and national-title aspirations.
With expectations for the USC Trojans through the roof, a look at the top 10 storylines for the 2012 season.
With a run to the national title game in 2012 USC would be poised to be a dominant force if the BCS four-team format comes to fruition.
When the BCS redrafts its postseason plan for the 2014 season, it should bring back the significance of New Year's Day to help reverse falling ratings and interest.
While it might feel weird, it's in the best interest of USC fans to root for Stanford the rest of the way. The Cardinal's success could help the Trojans down the road.