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.
Ed Orgeron has spent 27 years coaching football, but until this spring he had never directed a 5-2 defense. Now he's learning on the fly and loving it.
Touted safety Su'a Cravens and the six other early enrollee freshmen are already showing great promise for the USC Trojans.
Spring reflections as the USC Trojans wrap up the 2013 spring practice sessions.
A look at what players and position groups to keep an eye on during USC's spring game on Saturday.
Following in the footsteps of Ronnie Lott and Matt Grootegoed, freshman safety Leon McQuay III is learning fast and making a big impact.
Marcus Martin is taking the adjustment from left guard to center in stride, getting as much mentoring as possible from Khaled Holmes.
UCLA fired highly successful basketball coach Ben Howland because he didn't fulfill championship expectations. What could that mean for USC's Lane Kiffin?
Max Tuerk started games at tackle and guard as a true freshman last fall. He was named the starting center before spring practice and is learning on the fly.
New linebackers coach Mike Ekeler is learning the Trojans' new 5-2 defensive alignment while he's fitting into a new program.
Kevin Graf is the last of an offensive line legacy at Southern Cal, which is why he's savoring his final season and preparing to make it a memorable conclusion.
New line coach Mike Summers knows he was brought in to overhaul the Trojans' offensive line, hopefully returning into its former mean-and-nasty glory.
Junior linebacker Hayes Pullard is looking forward to playing a more aggressive defensive style under new coordinator Clancy Pendergast.
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.
A lively quarterback competition and the return of the dynamic Marqise Lee are just two things to look forward to with the Trojans this year