USC will need its young wide receivers to step up after losing numerous key players.
USC stressed the value of a strong start to season in the last practice of spring ball.
The Trojan defense topped the offense, 16-15, in this weekend’s spring game at the Coliseum.
Trojan offense and defense faced off in the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum on Saturday, April 19, for the annual spring game. Photos by Ralf Cheung, Nick Entin and Austin Vogel.
With just two practices and the spring game left before USC football hits pause until fall camp, there’s a new hype surrounding the team. It’s not the pressure and hype of 2012, nor is it the skepticism of 2013. It’s a feeling that, partly due to consistent dominance and partly due to constantly inflated expectations, […]