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  1. Woods, Barkley lead four USC draft picks

    Garry Paskwietz

    The USC Trojans had four players selected in the 2013 NFL draft, increasing their record total of drafted players to 480. It was a mixed bag for the Trojans in this draft, as they did not have a player selected in the first round -- USC also hold...

    Blog | April 29, 2013
  2. Barkley and company show off at pro day

    Garry Paskwietz

    The Trojans held their annual NFL Pro Day on Wednesday with plenty of buzz surrounding the workout of quarterback Matt Barkley. Not only is Barkley a high-profile prospect at the most high-profile position, but pro day marked the first time Barkle...

    Blog | March 27, 2013
  3. Barkley, Woods look to make NFL mark

    Garry Paskwietz

    The Trojans will hold their annual NFL pro day on Wednesday, a showcase for all draft-eligible players, but the spotlight will be shining brightest on the workout of Matt Barkley. After not being able to take part in the Senior Bowl or the NFL Com...

    Blog | March 27, 2013
  4. Top USC Trojans sleepers

    Johnny Curren

    Even after a less-than-stellar 2012 season, it's safe to say USC has enjoyed phenomenal success on the football field over the past decade or so. And while a number of factors have gone into that run, one crucial component has been the ability of the...

    Blog | January 22, 2013
  5. Take 2: First-half Pac-12 surprises

    Kevin Gemmell and Ted Miller

    As we turn the corner at the midway point of the season, your Pac-12 bloggers recount what has surprised them the most in the first half of the season. One is a pleasant surprise. The other, not so much. Kevin Gemmell: I think we're all a bit take...

    Blog | October 19, 2012
  6. Five things to watch: USC-Syracuse

    Pedro Moura

    The No. 2 USC Trojans play their first road game of the 2012 season against Syracuse (12:30 p.m. PT) on Saturday at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, N.J. Here are five things to watch: 1. A different approach in the backfield. Who could have pr...

    Blog | September 07, 2012
  7. USC's toughest opponent might be attrition

    Ted Miller

    In 2000, Oklahoma won the national title without any starters missing a game due to injury. Think about that. Think of all the injuries that your team has suffered through the years that make you go "what if?" I hear you Oregon, 2007. With that th...

    Blog | August 27, 2012
  8. Blog debate: Barkley in the SEC?

    Chris Low and Ted Miller

    The Pac-12 is the conference of quarterbacks. The SEC is all about defense. Oh, and winning national championships. But as good as the defenses are in the SEC, what role does poor-to-middling offense play in that perception? As in, what would h...

    Blog | March 27, 2012
  9. Offensive depth chart predictions

    Kyle Williams

    Nothing is set in stone and your job is always on the line when you step on to the practice field, but here is my projected two-deep heading into next season. QB Matt Barkley (Sr./Sr.) -- Projected No. 1 NFL draft pick. Jesse Scroggins (Jr./So...

    Blog | February 06, 2012
  10. USC Trojans Curtis McNeal rises from South LA projects

    Pedro Moura

    The diminutive Curtis McNeal goes from Pueblo Del Rio projects to USC's backfield.

    Story | Conversation | November 16, 2011
  11. Curtis McNeal stands out Saturday

    Pedro Moura

    In a bit of a surprise, presumptive starting running back Marc Tyler (post-concussion) wasn't available for Saturday's spring game. No big deal -- Curtis McNeal stepped in. The redshirt junior running back, who was academically ineligible last sea...

    Blog | April 24, 2011
  12. Déjà vu all over again: USC's loaded backfield a hot topic

    Ted Miller

    Posted by ESPN.com's Ted Miller It's not just the preview magazines that signal the approach of another glorious -- cue up Handel's "Hallelujah Chorus" -- college football season. It's also something dreadful. It's anoth...

    Blog | June 30, 2009