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Having voluntarily or forcibly exhausted their eligibility, several players from 2011 will get a chance to shine in front of scouts.
The USC senior class, though lacking star power, anchored an inexperienced roster.
In the impossible task of giving credit where it is due after a hard-fought football game, offensive and defensive lines have begun to attract a bit more attention than they have historically. As the sport continues to change, the need for solid linemen has become glaringly apparent — no matter what type of formation a […]
The Ducks’ offense, which ranks third in the nation, will test the young Trojans’ defense.
More than an hour after USC’s triple-overtime defeat against Stanford on Oct. 29, senior defensive tackle Christian Tupou lingered around an empty Trojans’ locker room. As he put on his street clothes and finally headed out into the Los Angeles night, USC’s venerable defensive leader did something few are prone to do following a heartbreaking […]
Junior left tackle Matt Kalil was sidelined in the third quarter with a chest injury.
USC’s defense is allowing opposing quarterbacks to throw for more than 270 yards per contest.
After injuring his shoulder, senior middle linebacker Chris Galippo returned to practice.
The torrential rains of the last few days have not been a coincidence. They are a clear message from the college football gods, who know spring practice begins today: “We’re watching you.” USC is near the midway point of paying for its “sins” — and I use that word loosely, considering all the inconsistent rulings […]
For Tupou, that eventful day at the Coliseum gave him the opportunity most collegiate football players would happily choose to neglect — a time to look in the mirror and accept the responsibility of prior shortcomings.