It's becoming a trend around USC. Lane Kiffin's teams and their sluggish starts. It was back against Syracuse, but hopefully it doesn't hang around.
USC is 2-0, but hasn't looked like the No. 2 team in the nation. The Trojans can make up for that with a nice win against Stanford this weekend.
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.
Syracuse's offense, led by senior quarterback Ryan Nassib, can pass with anyone, but can the Orange put up enough points to hang with the No. 2-ranked USC Trojans?
An easy victory gave USC Trojans coach Lane Kiffin a chance to empty the benches early against Hawaii, giving first-year players some valuable experience.
With less than three months before the opening of the 2012 season, WeAreSC takes a preliminary look at the Trojans' schedule.
USC looks to pick up the scoring in the second half while trying to slow down an efficient Syracuse passing attack.
The 2011 season might have just ended, but it's not too early for USC fans to look at the 2012 schedule.
USC offensive line commit Chad Wheeler has a lot of tools, but lack of experience and technique is apparent.
Drew McAllister returned to duty for USC after multiple hip surgeries caused him to miss most of the 2010 season.
USC shows there is more to its passing attack than throwing to Robert Woods; young players make positive first impressions.
USC picked a good time to play a good second half, as its schedule gets more difficult in the upcoming weeks.
Trojans stand up, answer Syracuse's third-quarter challenge before rolling to a 38-17 victory.
Thought to be a future DB prospect, Marqise Lee is standing out in competition for starting WR spot alongside Robert Woods.
Devon Kennard is feeling at home at his old position while several Trojans are expected to make season debuts Saturday.