After Monday's 21-7 loss to Georgia Tech in the Hyundai Sun Bowl finished a 7-6 season, USC is more than happy to leave a disappointing 2012 behind.
USC can't afford to look past its Sun Bowl matchup with a Georgia Tech team that runs a unique and difficult triple-option offense.
Getting to play in a bowl game allows USC an extra set of December practices that could pay big dividends for young players in 2013.
USC's offensive stars in their part in a 38-17 win over Arizona State, but it was the surprisingly dominate play of the defense that really shined.
In a battle between two struggling teams, USC and Arizona State square off in a big Pac-12 South Division contest.
Still reeling from losses to Arizona and Oregon, the USC Trojans must brace for fresh challenges from high-scoring Arizona State and UCLA.
Penn State expects to play host to more than 100 prospects for Saturday's Ohio State game.
Against Michigan State, Michigan's defense showed capable enough to win a Big Ten championship whether the Wolverines' offense puts up points or not.
Junior defensive end Ronald Powell says he's been transformed by the torn ACL he suffered in Florida's spring game. Now he's trying to return to the field faster than predicted.
Oklahoma Sooners running back Damien Williams was all set to attend Arizona State before a coaching change made him re-evaluate his situation.
With less than three months before the opening of the 2012 season, WeAreSC takes a preliminary look at the Trojans' schedule.
The Alabama baseball team finds itself in the SEC cellar once again
Bob Stoops will be taking on his alma mater. On Dec. 30, Oklahoma will face Iowa in the Insight Bowl at Sun Devil Stadium in Tempe, Ariz. Kickoff is 9 p.m. central.
Backups hope to have moment in sun against New Mexico State and leave a lasting impression.
How USC responds to disappointing fourth quarter will be key; Trojans burn redshirt of freshman RB Amir Carlisle
Key USC turnovers in the red zone cause a game that could have gone either way early in the fourth quarter to get away.