Sooner or later it has to happen. Somebody eventually must end Southern California's unprecedented reign of Pac-10 dominance. USC overcame two conference losses last season and became the first team ever to win five consecutive Pac-10 titles. Is this the year someone dethrones the Trojans? Don't count on it. USC heads into spring practice as the consensus favorite to win the national championship. [more]
by Gerard Martinez This spring, the Trojans have plenty of offensive weapons, but few proven stars. The competition between recievers and rushers will be fierce. USCFootball.com has put together a unique feature that will help you keep daily tabs on the depth chart battles being fought throughout fall camp.
by Gerard Martinez After several dominant performances toward the end of 2006, USC returns one of its best defensive units under Pete Carroll. USCFootball.com has put together a unique feature that will help you keep daily tabs on the depth chart battles being fought throughout fall camp. Movers & Shakers is a dynamic way to follow who's moving up the depth chart.
by Ryan Abraham The final practice of the spring occurred Saturday afternoon on Howard Jones Field. The modified 64-play scrimmage was run in full pads under sunny LA skies. Depleted numbers at tailback and in the secondary aside, it was great competitive display and fitting end to the spring session.
by Ryan Abraham Spring football has come to a close as the team finished up with one final scrimmage on Saturday. Animated assistant coach David Watson could use the time away from the practice field just to get his voice back.