None of the six former Trojans auditioning at the scouting combine blew the NFL's doors off, but there were some positive developments nonetheless.
Matt Barkley leads a roster of six former USC players heading to Indianapolis this week for the NFL's annual scouting combine.
In looking back at USC's 2012 defense, The Trojans did some good things, but their inability to stop up-tempo spread offense was their downfall.
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.
It's hard for a WR to get noticed when playing with Marqise Lee and Robert Woods, but freshman Nelson Agholor is making people pay attention
Two moves, one from Florida to USC and another from safety to cornerback, have fit Trojans sophomore Josh Shaw quite well.
USC was counting on better pass defense this season. But because of questions at the cornerback spot opposite Nickell Robey, that hasn't happened yet.
USC's last loss was last October in triple overtime to Stanford. But that defeat might have been the inspiration for USC's returned swagger.
USC Trojans junior safety Nickell Robey, entering his third year as a starter, is fulfilling the role of veteran leader that he long sought.
Sixteen USC players took a life-changing trip to Haiti to help impoverished natives in that country. In the process, they learned something new about themselves.
A veteran USC defense continued to make strides in the spring, especially in the secondary.
WeAreSC staffers give their thoughts on the opening week of spring ball: best offensive player, best defensive player, most improved, best position group, biggest surprise
New USC DB coach Marvin Sanders hasn't wasted any time connecting with his veteran players, using a boisterous personality to win the players over.
USC coach Lane Kiffin was pleased with the team's effort in the first spring practice, which saw rising sophomore George Farmer dazzle at wide receiver.
This week's Roundtable is all about the hardware, as the WeAreSC panel hands out its postseason awards.
Memories of two straight last-second losses to Washington are burned in USC's mind. The Trojans hope to flip the script Saturday.