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.
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.
Greg Katz writes that Chip Kelly has become the latest innovator in college football, and some of his methods have rubbed off on USC.
Greg Katz takes a look at the history of USC fans criticizing whoever calls the plays for the Trojans.
USC center Khaled Holmes is using lessons from the past, and from those close to him, in an attempt to make 2012 special for the Trojans.
In punishing the innocent players and coaches at Penn State, the NCAA made a similarly overbearing punishment like it did with the Trojans two years ago.
In the spirit of preseason polls, Greg Katz takes a look at the top 10 offensive players for USC in 2012.
Greg Katz thought he was done with talking about the college football playoff. But Notre Dame athletic director Jack Swarbrick's comments got him going again.
Having a four-team playoff is progress, but it's not good enough. An eight-team playoff is the best solution for college football.
Recruiting a USC Trojans football legacy, the son of a former player, has to be one of the toughest decisions a staff has to make, especially with NCAA scholarship limitations in place.
Columnist Greg Katz says the USC Trojans and their fans should hope that Oregon does not suffer a probation that includes a bowl ban this upcoming season.
In an exclusive interview with WeAreSC's Greg Katz, the Trojans' current mascot, Traveler VII, spills all about the history of equine mascots at USC.
The success of Marqise Lee -- along with Nickell Robey, Tony Burnett and D.J. Morgan -- in track and field brings back memories of past two-sport Trojans stars.
USC was the toast of Los Angeles for most of the Pete Carroll era. Thanks to a talented group in 2012, that hype is starting to build again.
There's nothing not to like about the Rose Bowl. But for college football to evolve and move to a playoff, the Big Ten and Pac-12 have to release their grip on the fabeled game.