Steve Bisheff laments that the lasting image we will get of one of the most endearing student-athletes in USC history will be televised shots of Matt Barkley standing on the sideline.
Steve Bisheff wonders if Mark Sanchez's NFL career would have been better with another year at USC while also wondering if Matt Barkley would have been better served going to the NFL after last season.
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 between Matt Barkley's talent and character, he represents the best of college athletics.
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.
With his last three games as evidence, sophomore wide receiver Marqise Lee is becoming the best player on the USC Trojans.
Matt Barkley isn't your typical star all-American quarterback, but it's that uniqueness which helps make him one of the best college football has to offer.
Steve Bisheff salutes Matt Barkley for eschewing the material trappings of the NFL and sticking with his love for his school and teammates.
Steve Bisheff thinks that the NFL draft could see a reunion between Matt Barkley and Pete Carroll.
Matt Barkley is the dominant story for USC football and will be until January. And while he can't be blamed for leaving now, staying around has benefits.
Steve Bisheff takes a spin around college football -- and the rest of the sports world -- with glances at Washington, Penn State, Oregon and, of course, USC.
There are millions of reasons for Matt Barkley to enter the 2012 NFL draft. Here are a few for him to stay.
Steve Bisheff wonders how much attention Matt Barkley would get if he wasn't in the same conference as Andrew Luck and sings the praises of Boise State QB Kellen Moore.
I won't speak of whom running back D.J. Morgan reminds me, but the kid sure is electrifying.
Looks to me like the Cardinal will roll into the Coliseum 7-0. The Trojans will have played seven by then, too. But what will the record be?