USC dedicates its victory to its teammate by blowing out Cal in a game that was never close.
USC’s dancing and chest-thumping on the sideline may be nothing new for the fans or players, yet each hop and step seemed more emphatic than the moves the Trojans made in their sluggish first four games of the year.
It’s becoming vogue to combine the seemingly separate genres of horror and comedy, but it’s a tight line to walk.
What do you scream when feeling pleasure? If you’re Subject No. 14, “Victory for the forces of Democratic Freedom!” is the first thing that comes to mind.
USC's offense puts together its most consistent game, the defense shuts down Jahvid Best and special teams gets its first score of the year.
After a string of shaky performances, Trojans show they haven’t lost any confidence in themselves.
The injured running back was on every player’s mind as the Trojans handily defeated Cal Saturday at Memorial Stadium.
Though both USC and Cal enter with one loss, neither can afford another Pac-10 defeat.
After early struggles, the USC women’s soccer team looks to add a seventh straight win.
Center will add to the blood supply at USC’s hospitals, helping them become 100 percent self-sufficient.