UCLA fired highly successful basketball coach Ben Howland because he didn't fulfill championship expectations. What could that mean for USC's Lane Kiffin?
USC's recruiting class certainly took some hits on signing day, but let's not lose sight of the players who did elect to become Trojans.
USC's recruiting class was moving along awesomely in August. But a poor season and coaching controversy has made things a bit more complicated.
In the unpredictable world of recruiting, it's great to get five-star prospects. But a team's success often comes down to coaching and player development.
Lane Kiffin just finished coaching one of the most disappointing USC seasons in memory. So why hasn't USC AD Pat Haden pull the plug? A top recruiting class has a lot to do with it, and Kiffin knows it.
Today's top HS players from Southern California grew up rooting for the Reggie Bush-era Trojans, and it's making it easier for USC to recruit.
Corner Jalen Ramsey and receiver Paul Harris have USC on their minds as they prepare for The Opening this weekend in Oregon.
Commits from 2013 wide receiver Steven Mitchell and 2014 linemen Jordan Poland and Toa Lobendahn marked USC's first camp weekend and also altered the Trojans' recruiting landscape going forward.
Formerly a skinny kid, Rancho Cucamonga, Calif., safety Tahaan Goodman has become a physically imposing, highly sought after prospect.
With four commits in the fold, here's a look at where the Trojans will go from here in the 2013 recruiting class.
Elkton, Md., teammates Kenny Bigelow and Davis Stills attended Saturday's spring game and were able to get a glimpse at their futures with USC.
Florida signed five receivers in one class twice since 1997. Neither time, however, did anyone make much of an impact as a freshman. And only three developed into playmakers for the Gators.
With so little production from its wide receivers, Florida has no choice but to make the position a high priority in recruiting.