After what seems to be an early start to the season, things will get tough for the Trojans starting on Sept. 28, when a three-game stretch att Arizona State, home for Arizona and at Notre Dame kicks off.
Steve Bisheff writes that the USC's loss to Arizona featured questionable coaching and a lack of discipline, two hallmarks of the Trojans this year.
USC controls its fate as it begins a stretch that will determine Rose Bowl and national-title aspirations.
A statistical breakdown of the remaining opponents on USC's schedule.
While it's easy to be gloomy, things aren't all bad for USC, as an opponent it's beaten eight straight times, Cal, is next on the schedule.
Before the season began, the USC Trojans figured to not have much trouble in the Pac-12. But the rest of the division suddenly looks resurgent.
USC Trojans commit Sebastian LaRue got his chances in 2011 and responded with 17 touchdowns. Now he's looking for an encore.
The 2011 season might have just ended, but it's not too early for USC fans to look at the 2012 schedule.
Colorado has faced a brutal Pac-12 schedule to date. It doesn't get much easier this week with USC coming to town.
The GameDay scene and hype has recruits excited for Saturday's game against Stanford; Orange County battles highlight Friday high school schedule.
California might have thought that USC and its leaky defense was a good homecoming opponent, but the Trojans defense proved otherwise.
Santa Margarita, led by USC commit Max Tuerk, leads the WeAreSC Southern California high school football top 10.
Now that the bye week is over, what are USC's chances in each of the final seven games? Steve Bisheff breaks it down.
With the bye week now over, USC has to get ready for an extremely tough final seven games to its season.
WeAreSC looks at Friday's high school slate, Ryan McDaniel's injury and USC's official visit plan.
While bye weeks represent a week off from the grind of the schedule, how a team approaches it can tell the tale for the rest of its season.