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.
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.
A big win over Arizona State, led by the beleaguered defense, has USC feeling good heading into a huge showdown with rival UCLA.
Coming off a bitterly disappointing loss to Arizona, the Trojans find themselves searching for answers as it tries to close out the season on a positive.
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.
On a record-setting afternoon, the USC Trojans finally put together the kind of overall game they needed to build momentum for the stretch run.
USC has struggled to find a No. 3 receiver behind Robert Woods and Marqise Lee. With tight ends such as Randall Telfer and Xavier Grimble, the Trojans might not need to make a choice.
Matt Barkley threw for over 350 yards and four touchdowns and led his team to nearly 50 points. And it doesn't seem to surprise anyone anymore.
USC is back to postseason eligiblity and is ready to compete for titles, something the rest of the Pac-12 is well aware of.
USC's total of three players drafted was its lowest in 10 years. But it could have that many in the first round alone in 2013.
The USC Trojans are making final preparations for Saturday's spring game. Here are some things to watch for.
USC might be on the West Coast, but its style has held up well, both in the trenches and on the scoreboard, against the SEC.
A look at some of the USC Trojans' injuries and a status report for the players involved.
Robert Woods posted one of the greatest seasons of any wide receiver in USC history. Given USC's history at that position, that speaks volumes.
This week's Roundtable is all about the hardware, as the WeAreSC panel hands out its postseason awards.