The USC Trojans had four players selected in the 2013 NFL draft, increasing their record total of drafted players to 480. It was a mixed bag for the Trojans in this draft, as they did not have a player selected in the first round -- USC also holds the record for most first-round NFL draft choices -- and there was also the public free-fall for quarterback Matt Barkley.
about 1635 days ago | Garry Paskwietz | USC Trojans
The Trojans held their annual NFL Pro Day on Wednesday with plenty of buzz surrounding the workout of quarterback Matt Barkley. Not only is Barkley a high-profile prospect at the most high-profile position, but pro day marked the first time Barkley had an opportunity to throw for scouts since injuring his shoulder in late November.
about 1668 days ago | Garry Paskwietz | USC Trojans
With the loss of starting safeties T.J. McDonald and Jawanza Starling, there was more than a fair amount of anticipation heading into spring practice when the search for their replacements officially began.
LOS ANGELES -- As the Trojans headed toward the exit on Brian Kennedy/Howard Jones Field after USC's first spring practice of the year, no player had a more pronounced smile on his face than Josh Shaw.
Team needs: With all-conference cornerback Nickell Robey declaring for the NFL draft and the graduation of safeties T.J. McDonald, Jawanza Starling and Drew McAllister, adding depth in the secondary is a pressing need for the Trojans.
about 1731 days ago | Blair Angulo | NCF On The Trail
With the 2012 USC football season now in the books, it's time to look ahead to what will be an absolutely crucial spring for the program. Here are five key position battles to watch this spring as USC coach Lane Kiffin looks to find the right combination of talent to get the Trojans back on the winning track.
For this week's roundtable, the WeAreSC staff got together to compile a list of the 10 moments of the 2012 season that had the most impact. 1. Decision to shelve the black shoes The USC uniform is one of the most traditional in college football, and that includes the black shoes that had long represented the blue-collar nature of the program.