Spring reflections as the USC Trojans wrap up the 2013 spring practice sessions.
Alabama's dominating win in the BCS National Championship Game stirs memories of the USC Trojans' similar days of domination. Now, USC must rediscover those old winning ways.
Steve Bisheff expects Lane Kiffin to let Matt Barkley put on a show, but what does that mean in the Trojans' quest to establish a running game. Steve Bisheff also makes his Super Bowl pick.
Led by the 14 tackles of redshirt freshman Hayes Pullard, USC was able to limit the big plays in Oregon's running game.
USC used an adjustment in its running game against Washington to control the clock and continue its recent ground success.
Lamar Dawson's first start last week against Colorado brought mixed results. He'll have to improve this week against a complex Washington offense.
USC set the tone early and dominated play in the trenches to spark a dominating road victory over Notre Dame.
The bye week came at a perfect time for USC's offensive line, which has to adjust its blocking schemes for Cal's 3-4 alignment.
USC needs to generate a pass rush to protect its secondary, along with a run game to control the clock and keep Arizona's offense off the field.
The return of senior Marc Tyler could bolster the running game; DE Nick Perry carries the load for the defense against Utah.
The Trojans hope to revive a power running game with juco standout Kelvin York, who averaged 21 carries in 2010.
After a few bumps in the road following graduation from Eureka (Calif.) High School, Soma Vainuku's hard work has him on the verge of being USC's starting fullback.