When USC defeated Alabama, 42-21, as the first fully integrated team playing the Crimson Tide in the South, it changed the course of college football forever.
Justin Davis, Leon McQuay III and Chris Hawkins are three of six USC early enrollees to start their college careers on Monday.
The link between Matt Barkley and Reggie Bush in USC Trojans history might not seem like a logical connection, but they are linked in terms of how these two will forever be viewed.
Judge Frederick Shaller said the NCAA showed a 'reckless disregard for the truth' during its investigation of USC running backs coach Todd McNair. What does it mean going forward?
With UCLA on the rise and both teams fighting for a spot in the Pac-12 title game, this year's USC-UCLA game could turn out to be a classic rivalry shootout.
Steve Bisheff warns USC fans of another shootout against Arizona State, marvels at Chip Kelly's offense and wonders about Blake Griffin's durability.
Greg Katz writes that Chip Kelly has become the latest innovator in college football, and some of his methods have rubbed off on USC.
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 wonders if Lane Kiffin is willing to open up the offense enough against Arizona, is looking forward to Notre Dame-Oklahoma and think Warren Moon's commentary on Cam Newton is offbase.
Steve Bisheff writes that between Matt Barkley's talent and character, he represents the best of college athletics.
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.
Despite a trio of commits from top 2014 offensive linemen, the Trojans have their eyes on three more elite players in the trenches.
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.
Greg Katz takes a look at the history of USC fans criticizing whoever calls the plays for the Trojans.
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.