Nelson Agholor will be asked to step into the sizable cleats of Robert Woods this fall and produce the same kind of big-time plays. He believes he's up to the challenge.
Steve Bisheff gives his take on the bowl season, from USC's ineptitude to Johnny Manziel's brilliance and everything in between.
Steve Bisheff writes that Lane Kiffin needs to look in the mirror and improve as a coach if he wants to be the long-term answer for the Trojans.
Steve Bisheff writes that Pat Haden staying committed to Lane Kiffin through one of USC's most disappointing seasons could have consequences for the athletic director.
Steve Bisheff writes that USC coach Lane Kiffin needs to spend some time building his defense instead of just focusing on the offense.
Steve Bisheff writes that the USC's loss to Arizona featured questionable coaching and a lack of discipline, two hallmarks of the Trojans this year.
Steve Bisheff wonders why an offense as talented as USC's is seventh in its own conference, when Notre Dame will lose and what's going on with Philip Rivers.
Bounced from the top 10 a week earlier, the USC Trojans tried slipping back in with a somewhat methodical 27-9 victory over Cal that provided almost as many questions as answers.
What Saturday night's loss proved is that USC is no longer the bully of the Pac-12, beating opponents with size and strength. That title now belongs to Stanford.
It's becoming a trend around USC. Lane Kiffin's teams and their sluggish starts. It was back against Syracuse, but hopefully it doesn't hang around.
With his last three games as evidence, sophomore wide receiver Marqise Lee is becoming the best player on the USC Trojans.
As the 2012 season opens with USC ranked No. 1 and expectations running wild, Steve Bisheff reminds everyone -- including coach Lane Kiffin -- of the dreaded hiccups.
Steve Bisheff is getting excited about Robert Woods' improving health and agrees with Kirk Herbstreit's assessment of Marqise Lee, but feels that Mike Trout needs more love.
USC Trojans offense stumbles a bit out of the gate with Robert Woods on sideline
USC Trojans are on the rise, but before booking that trip to the BCS title game, there are couple of major questions to answer