Two moves, one from Florida to USC and another from safety to cornerback, have fit Trojans sophomore Josh Shaw quite well.
Issues at one cornerback spot have the Trojans considering some radical solutions, including playing star wide receiver Marqise Lee on defense.
USC was counting on better pass defense this season. But because of questions at the cornerback spot opposite Nickell Robey, that hasn't happened yet.
Most 5-foot-8 football players are easy to miss. But USC cornerback Nickell Robey has made himself impossible to ignore.
Sophomore cornerback Anthony Brown looked solid in Monday's first practice, where he started in place of an absent Isiah Wiley.
Corner Jalen Ramsey and receiver Paul Harris have USC on their minds as they prepare for The Opening this weekend in Oregon.
USC Trojans junior safety Nickell Robey, entering his third year as a starter, is fulfilling the role of veteran leader that he long sought.
CB Johnny Johnson, who claims offers from USC, Oklahoma and Notre Dame, among others, is rounding back into form after a shoulder injury.
The Trojans have always valued recruits with positional versatility. With scholarship restrictions in effect, that quality is even more important for USC.
The recent transfer of cornerback Josh Shaw from Florida to USC got Greg Katz thinking of impact transfers into the Trojans program from other four-year schools.
USC's small cornerbacks look to measure up, while George Farmer and Ross Cumming are getting backfield reps.
As the season's third game approaches, USC is searching for the right cornerback combination and a starter at left guard.