In this week’s WeAreSC recruiting notebook, we touch on a planned package deal, potential quarterback options and more: As expected, USC outside linebacker commit D.
Here is a look at what kind of impression the five mid-year enrollees at USC made over the course of the fifteen workouts this spring.
Browne is coming off of his strongest spring as a Trojan, which bodes well for the future at USC.
The first 2016 ESPN 300 rankings were released Thursday, and here are five things that stand out when it comes to USC.
LOS ANGELES -- Thanks to the circle of life, there is a profound sense of sadness when the realization becomes clear that some things can't be changed, reversed or undone, meaning the present and future will never be quite the same.
Thursday's release of the first 2016 ESPN 300 will feature plenty of fast-rising prospects.
WeAreSC staffers discuss NFL draft topics for USC players.1. Who will take Leonard Williams, and with what pick?Garry Paskwietz: I think Leonard will end up with the Tennessee Titans as the No.
Jake Olson, a blind long snapper who has overcome seemingly insurmountable odds, will have a chance to play at USC.
Former USC DE Leonard Williams joins SportsCenter to talk about his transition from rugby to football and excitement for draft day.
A look at five players who took advantage of the March and April workouts to show they might be ready for a more significant role in 2015.
Coveted receiver also loves basketball, but expects to focus on football in college.
When coach Steve Sarkisian gave early Cameron Smith the jersey number 35, the inside linebacker had no idea there was a tradition at USC.
Former USC great Sedrick Ellis has no regrets about his "early retirement" from the NFL.
Stovall, from Lancaster, California, could be a factor on either side of the ball.
Jimmy Gunn, a defensive end who was part of Southern California's "The Wild Bunch" defensive line in 1969 and later played seven years in the NFL, has died. He was 66.