For the second year in a row -- but only the fourth time in history -- the Super Bowl will be played without a former Trojans player in uniform.
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.
It's inevitable that USC commits will be compared to their predecessors. Some, such as Matt Kalil, live up to expectations.
Recent chatter got Greg Katz thinking about who he'd consider the best running back in USC history. After deliberation, he had a craving for "The Juice".
Elkton, Md., teammates Kenny Bigelow and Davis Stills attended Saturday's spring game and were able to get a glimpse at their futures with USC.
Tre Madden's switch from LB to RB reminds Steve Bisheff of some of the most profitable position switches in the last half-century of Trojans football.
Steve Bisheff selects the best of the best from his 50 seasons of covering USC football.
With only three tailbacks on the roster the coaches understand it's critical to add depth at the position in the next recruiting cycle.
Sunday's Super Bowl might be lacking former Trojans, but USC has made its mark in the 46-year history of the game.
While there aren't any San Diego County products on the Trojans' radar this year, the area has been fruitful for the Trojans in the past.
Since he wasn't invited to New York, Matt Barkley has no chance at the Heisman Trophy this year. But there have been some great Trojans who never hoisted the Heisman.
Many recruits come to Texas with extraordinary hype. Some are able to match those expectations while some never live up to the billing.