USC was never threatened in its Saturday win over Washington State, but a familiar of mistakes gave plenty of cause for concern.
A week after getting upended in Seattle, the Trojans were supposed to return to the Coliseum and take their frustration out on Washington State like a drunken step-father. This one was supposed to be ugly. The 45.5-point spread was more of a generous suggestion for the Trojan offense, which ripped the lowly Cougars for 69 […]
Self-imposed mistakes keep Trojans from parlaying hot start into well-rounded performance.
The true freshman will lead the offense, while the defense may have to play without Mays.
Coaches say the freshman’s condition is improving, and he’ll be ready to start Saturday.
Frankie Telfort’s USC career ended before it started, but his impact is still felt on the field.
The true freshman is more active at practice, but Aaron Corp still expects to start.
Is it really that absurd to argue that USC still has a shot at the national title? No. Let me explain.
The Trojans’ struggles against a scrappy, mid-level Pac-10 team have become so institutionalized at USC that the annual event is almost a cliché in itself. Instead of being surprised by Saturday’s outcome, most Trojan fans felt like they were headed in a direction they had been before.
The true freshman splits reps Monday, while Carroll says he has no problem playing him.