With the spring game Saturday, the USC Trojans will wrap up another spring practice season. Unfortunately, they have as many questions now as when spring started.
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.
USC spring practice has been dominated by the quarterback battle, but injuries at key positions have put a damper on what should be an exciting time.
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 thinks Oregon should be bigger favorites against USC, that Manti Te'o has Heisman promise and wonders what Mike Trout has to do to be a Gold Glover.
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.
Steve Bisheff writes that Lane Kiffin needs to be less conservative and allow his playmakers on offense to shine.
Silas Redd's status could be key for the Trojans this week against Washington as everyone looks to keep up with the pace Oregon is setting.
Outside of quarterback Matt Barkley, USC wasn't at its best against Utah before pulling out the win. As the scheduled gets tougher, the Trojans need to be, too.
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.
Steve Bisheff looks at Stanford's success against USC and how it helps other teams as well as other thoughts around the sports world.
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.