He's lost his quarterback (Matt Barkley) and his running mate at WR (Robert Woods), but USC junior Marqise Lee is focused on putting up even better numbers than he did during his Biletnikoff-winning sophomore season.
The Sooners entered the spring with many depth chart questions. After the completion of spring practice, some of those questions were solved. Others remain.
Spring reflections as the USC Trojans wrap up the 2013 spring practice sessions.
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.
UCLA fired highly successful basketball coach Ben Howland because he didn't fulfill championship expectations. What could that mean for USC's Lane Kiffin?
Biletnikoff Winner Marqise Lee is set as one starting wide receiver for USC, but the battle to find Robert Woods' replacement is one of the most important of the spring.
As Oklahoma goes on spring break, here are five things we've learned about the Sooners through the first four spring practices.
In 2013, the Oklahoma Sooners will need several things to go right to contend at least past October -- something they haven't done since 2008.
Bob Stoops dubbed Oklahoma's 2010 recruiting class as one of the best he's seen. But three years later, that class hasn't brought the Sooners back to the nation's elite.
In the unpredictable world of recruiting, it's great to get five-star prospects. But a team's success often comes down to coaching and player development.
Oklahoma will be starting over on defense in a lot of ways next season. But considering how poorly that unit played toward the end of 2012, it might not be a bad thing.
After a rough end to 2012, Oklahoma will find itself with an inexperienced defense in 2013, especially at the all-important safety position.
The hiring of Mike Stoops was supposed to be the tonic to prevent defensive meltdowns. But the last three games have seen the Sooners' D shredded and raised concerns about the future.
There are a lot of questions facing USC in 2013, including the play of Max Wittek, Robert Woods' decision to stay or enter the NFL draft and Lane Kiffin's coaching hot seat.
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.