USC can't afford to look past its Sun Bowl matchup with a Georgia Tech team that runs a unique and difficult triple-option offense.
While this year's version of the USC-Notre Dame rivalry has huge implications for the Irish, the Trojans are reduced to playing spoiler.
The crosstown showdown between USC and UCLA has big implications, as a trip to the Pac-12 title game is at stake.
In a battle between two struggling teams, USC and Arizona State square off in a big Pac-12 South Division contest.
Oregon's last loss came last November at the hands of USC, so it's safe to say that the No. 4 Ducks will be ready for the Trojans this time around.
Colorado has been scuffling en route to a 1-5 start, not the best way to enter a game against USC.
Utah and its strong front seven look to bounce back from a 37-7 loss to Arizona State against USC.
A statistical breakdown of the remaining opponents on USC's schedule.
USC has won eight in a row against the Bears, but Cal looks to snap that streak on the heels of a strong performance against Ohio State.
Syracuse's offense, led by senior quarterback Ryan Nassib, can pass with anyone, but can the Orange put up enough points to hang with the No. 2-ranked USC Trojans?
While some of the focus Saturday will shift to Norm Chow returning against USC as a head coach, Hawaii faces quite the (obvious) test on the field, particularly with an unproven starter at the helm in QB Sean Schroeder.
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.
This week's Roundtable breaks down the just-released USC Trojans 2012 schedule.