With six defensive recruits visiting next week, it's crucial for USC and Lane Kiffin to name a defensive coordinator as soon as possible.
At the Coliseum on Saturday, USC fans will pay tribute to a senior class that has seen its share of ups and downs.
With USC's offense coming off a season-best performance and Arizona taking to Rich Rodriguez's spread attack, Saturday's matchup could produce big point totals.
Matt Barkley and T.J. McDonald could have left after last season and no one would have blamed them. But the Trojans duo want to end things as champions.
Junior right tackle Kevin Graf finally had a healthy offseason and took advantage, getting bigger, faster and stronger for 2012.
Senior defensive end Devon Kennard is finally staying put at a position after being shuffled around his first three years at USC, and that comfort is helping him take on the role of senior leader.
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.
Even though injuries have depleted USC's tight end corps this spring, the Trojans are looking forward to showing off their tight end depth and talent this fall.
This week's Roundtable is all about the future for four talented Trojans juniors. Will they stay, or will they go?
The 2011 Trojans can't hang their hat on a classic battle with Stanford as their defining moment. Kiffin's insistance that they 'finish' applies to the enitre season.
Although the win at Notre Dame was huge, a bigger, badder opponent in Stanford arrives in Los Angeles this week.
This week's Roundtable looks at possible breakout players in the second half of the season for the Trojans.
Devon Kennard is feeling at home at his old position while several Trojans are expected to make season debuts Saturday.
Loaded at tight end and thin at fullback, someone had to make a move and senior Rhett Ellison is making the most of it, writes Garry Paskwietz.