With the 2012 season quickly approaching, WeAreSC gives a fan a guide of what they should be looking out for.
Tracking USC Trojans offensive commits and targets for the class of 2013, and providing updates on USC recruiting.
Tracking USC Trojans defensive commits and targets for the class of 2013, and providing updates on USC recruiting.
With less than three months before the opening of the 2012 season, WeAreSC takes a preliminary look at the Trojans' schedule.
In an exclusive interview with WeAreSC's Greg Katz, the Trojans' current mascot, Traveler VII, spills all about the history of equine mascots at USC.
Jeremy Hogue recalls former teammate Keyshawn Johnson as a player whose confidence permeated the Trojans.
The WeAreSC staff, with special guest Pete Arbogast, gives their awards for the recently completed USC spring ball session.
WeAreSC staffers give their thoughts on the opening week of spring ball: best offensive player, best defensive player, most improved, best position group, biggest surprise
WeAreSC sits down with USC punter Kyle Negrete, a transfer who won the starting job and had one of the most memorable special teams plays last season.
USC looks to pick up the scoring in the second half while trying to slow down an efficient Syracuse passing attack.
The WeAreSC panel recollects the heartbreaking losses for the Trojans on national signing day.
WeAreSC sits down with USC strength and conditioning coach Aaron Ausmus, who discusses the offseason program and expresses excitement about the soon-to-be-opened McKay Center.
This week's Roundtable includes West Recruiting Editor Greg Biggins, who discusses the juco signing period and USC's early enrollees.
Kyle Williams sits down with USC left tackle Matt Kalil, who explains why he is choosing to leave for the NFL.
This week's Roundtable includes West Recruiting Editor Greg Biggins, who discusses the big California prep football storylines of the season with the WeAreSC panel.
Garry Paskwietz takes a stab at the depth chart going into spring -- assuming none of the top juniors go pro of course.