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The dog days of spring — so-called because of the lack of football — are upon us. But, for the die-hard fans out there, there’s still something to keep you going through the long, gameless weeks: The NFL draft. Several Trojans are in the mix this spring, and through the East/West Shrine Game, the Senior […]
Rating the NFL Draft Combine prospects for the USC Trojans is a risky exercise — heck, rating the prospects of any draft hopeful is mired in speculation. But one can’t help but wonder how a certain player might perform at the next level. The Trojans have seen their share of NFL successes (Troy Polamalu, Brian […]
The Trojans cruise to a 47-29 victory against the Buffaloes, but ASU defeats UCLA to dash the Trojans’ hopes of playing for a title berth.
USC’s running game faces a tough test against a Stanford squad that shut down Oregon.
With Stanford looming on the schedule next week and California possessing a powerful passing attack, Saturday’s matchup between USC and the Golden Bears seemed like it might be a potential “trap game” for the Trojans. But an explosive first half that featured two punt returns for touchdowns from sophomore wideout Nelson Agholor quickly dispelled that […]
It’s a well-known fact by now that the scholarship restrictions placed on USC in wake of the Reggie Bush scandal have severely handicapped the Trojans this season. According to the participation chart released to the media by USC’s athletics department, the Trojans used 41 scholarship players and 10 walk-ons during Saturday’s game against Utah. Now, […]
Senior tailback Silas Redd clinched the victory for USC with a gutsy 10-yard run on third down to kill any hopes of an upset.
Redshirt sophomore tailback Tre Madden currently leads the team in rushing yards.
The converted linebacker has utilized his powerful running style to quickly become the offense’s most consistent player.
USC coach Lane Kiffin chooses Cody Kessler after using two QBs in USC’s first two games.