The quarterback battle will continue and freshmen are making their presence felt in analysis of USC's depth chart after spring practice.
With the spring game Saturday, the USC Trojans will wrap up another spring practice season. Unfortunately, they have as many questions now as when spring started.
USC has its sights set on local tight end Tyler Luatua. If Luatua stays home, he'd be the latest in long line of Trojans greats at that position.
Lane Kiffin is trying to change the USC culture after last season's disaster, but does firing Kennedy Polamalu really do that in a positive way?
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.
A look at how USC's recruiting class, from early enrollees to uncommitted prospects, might fit on the Trojans.
With seven incoming freshman already on campus for the spring semester, USC has a nice head start in integrating its 2013 recuriting class into the fold.
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.
Justin Davis, Leon McQuay III and Chris Hawkins are three of six USC early enrollees to start their college careers on Monday.
USC's recruiting class has suffered some blows recently, but having all of their commits at the two big all-star games should be a benefit down the stretch.
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.
Kylie Fitts and others have found it's more difficult to succeed on the field after pledging to a big-time program like USC.
USC running back commit Justin Davis, along with Elite 11 quarterback Zack Greenlee, are ready to lead Stockton (Calif.) Lincoln to a CIF and state title.
Redlands, Calif., defensive end Kylie Fitts is kind of a forgotten man in USC's recruiting class, but the four-star commit is ready to make his mark with the Trojans.