None of the six former Trojans auditioning at the scouting combine blew the NFL's doors off, but there were some positive developments nonetheless.
Matt Barkley leads a roster of six former USC players heading to Indianapolis this week for the NFL's annual scouting combine.
In looking back at USC's 2012 offense, the Trojans were spectacular at times, but penalties, inconsistency and injuries prevented this unit from truly being great.
At the Coliseum on Saturday, USC fans will pay tribute to a senior class that has seen its share of ups and downs.
The Trojans conclude a stretch of four our of five on the road with Saturday's game at Washington.
Preseason expectations had USC hoping to ride a veteran OL while riding out growing pains from a young DL. The first four games haven't exactly played out in that way.
To recover from a disappointing loss to Stanford, No. 13 USC relied on an old friend, rushing for 296 yards in a 27-9 victory over California.
The Trojans are working hard to fix the offensive line problems that doomed them against Stanford.
Sixteen USC players took a life-changing trip to Haiti to help impoverished natives in that country. In the process, they learned something new about themselves.
USC's total of three players drafted was its lowest in 10 years. But it could have that many in the first round alone in 2013.
Injuries made it hard to fully evaluate the USC offense during spring ball, but several Trojans showed signs of potential.
Center Khaled Holmes has stepped up to be the leader of USC's offensive line, a unit expected to be among the elite in the country.