Steve Bisheff writes that Pat Haden staying committed to Lane Kiffin through one of USC's most disappointing seasons could have consequences for the athletic director.
USC can nip the UCLA resurgence in the bud, both on the field and on the recruiting trail, by beating the Bruins for a sixth consecutive time on Saturday.
With all the mini-controversies swirling around Lane Kiffin this season, Saturday's showdown with UCLA could have far-reaching implications.
With UCLA on the rise and both teams fighting for a spot in the Pac-12 title game, this year's USC-UCLA game could turn out to be a classic rivalry shootout.
UCLA might have surpassed USC in the standings, but the Bruins will need to beat the Trojans in a big game this weekend.
Steve Bisheff writes that many L.A. families, including his own, are divided during USC-UCLA week.
A statistical breakdown of the remaining opponents on USC's schedule.
USC Trojans 2014 offensive line commit Nico Falah is from a strong UCLA Bruins family
With signing day less than two weeks away, this is how the recruiting classes in the Pac-12 stack up.
The 2011 season might have just ended, but it's not too early for USC fans to look at the 2012 schedule.
With two recent decommits, a past decommit pretty much gone and another commit visiting Cal this weekend, it's an uneasy time for USC fans.
Kenny Bigelow, a junior defensive tackle that committed to USC last week, and freshman quarterback commit David Sills V lead a cohesive six-pack of elite prospects at Bear (Del.) Red Lion Academy.
USC picked a good time to go 10-2, as much of the South Division is retooling with high-profile coaches.
Steve Bisheff will hold onto his Heisman ballot till the last minute, and Matt Barkley could make his list.
Su'a Cravens puts USC in top three after being told he'd play defense at the next level; win over UCLA impresses recruits
Kyle Williams breaks down Curtis McNeal's long touchdown run against UCLA on Saturday.