In October, 'Carmageddon' could be coming to the Coliseum, if USC hosts Arizona on Thursday, Oct. 10, in the middle of L.A. rush hour.
USC baby boomers have seen a lot of good times, and now they're hoping for another great run under Lane Kiffin.
Each new year is a reflection of hope and resolutions, and here are some Cardinal and Gold resolutions that might be appropriate for the coming year.
Maybe it's been a disappointing season, but after a couple seasons without a bowl appearance, the Trojans and their fans should enjoy the Sun Bowl.
USC's track record in non-marquee December bowl games isn't very good, so Trojans fans might want to be wary of their Sun Bowl matchup with Georgia Tech.
Greg Katz writes that USC and Lane Kiffin need to stop some disturbing trends that emerged in 2012, primarily poor coaching and a lack of toughness.
For the first time since last season, the USC Trojans are without the weight of expectations. Rather, all the pressure Saturday is on No. 1 Notre Dame.
Newly minted No. 1 Notre Dame comes to the Coliseum feeling good, while the Trojans are licking their wounds. But USC's offense might be too much for the Irish.
Greg Katz writes that USC looked like the team many predicted in the preseason, but there is plenty of work that still neds to be done
Greg Katz takes a look at the history of USC fans criticizing whoever calls the plays for the Trojans.
Greg Katz writes that USC energized its fan base with its 27-9 bounce-back victory over Cal.
Amid USC's dominating Week 1 win, an investigation involving former player Joe McKnight pins a cloud over the Trojans.
USC has had its share of defensive linemen come in as freshman and make an impact. Leonard Williams might be the next in line to do that.
USC Trojans practice is set to open and fans can't attend, but there's still a reasonable idea of what's going to happen.
It's inevitable that USC commits will be compared to their predecessors. Some, such as Matt Kalil, live up to expectations.
Columnist Greg Katz says the USC Trojans and their fans should hope that Oregon does not suffer a probation that includes a bowl ban this upcoming season.