USC baby boomers have seen a lot of good times, and now they're hoping for another great run under 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.
While waiting for top prospects to announce their decisions on signing day can be nerve-wracking, few dramas compare to 1979 and Herschel Walker and Kerwin Bell.
While a lot of Pac-12 schools have hit home runs with recent coaching hires, history suggests that there's no failsafe formula to ensure success.
Alabama's dominating win in the BCS National Championship Game stirs memories of the USC Trojans' similar days of domination. Now, USC must rediscover those old winning ways.
With the Sun Bowl on the horizon, Lane Kiffin is about to join a long list of coaches who led USC to bowl games. Not all of them are remembered fondly for their bowl performances.
Greg Katz takes a look at the history of USC fans criticizing whoever calls the plays for the Trojans.
Several USC coaches that didn't win national championships had successful careers at Troy. But a coach at USC has to win a national title to be considered an elite Trojans coach.
Howard Jones, John McKay, John Robinson and Pete Carroll have formed the Mt. Rushmore of national-championship winning coaches at USC. Lane Kiffin wants to join that fraternity this season.
A trip down memory lane remembering former USC radio broadcaster Tom Kelly, the voice behind most of the Trojans' great moments.
The 2012 Trojans will be saddled with the highest of expectations. They'd better be careful though, as many USC teams in their shoes have fallen victim to the upset bug.
Three new assistant coaches have signed on with USC, which has had a lot of success setting up its assistant coaches for greatness.
While Colorado wants to recruit in USC's backyard, the Trojans have gotten their fair share of stars from the Rocky Mountain State.