The Trojans arrived home in Los Angeles on Sunday morning in a good position. Coming off a satisfying 49-27 victory over Colorado, USC extended its win streak to five games and an overall 6-1 record under interim coach Ed Orgeron.
Ed Orgeron didn’t waste any time in getting to the heart of USC’s matchup against Stanford on Saturday. “This is gonna be a line of scrimmage game,” the interim head coach said after the Trojans practice on Tuesday.
Five things to watch for USC against the California Golden Bears (noon PT): 1. No let-up: The Trojans picked up an emotional victory last week on the road at Oregon State and next week will be a prime-time showdown in the Coliseum against No.
His subtle obsession with uniqueness troubled all his dreams. Start times aren't an issue for Arizona fans, so then what is? Maybe days of future glory will help? Arizona State RB Marion Grice still has lingering pain, and it starts with a pair of shoes.
As the Trojans continue to battle injuries while they prepare for the final stretch of the 2013 season, here are 5 players who have stepped up when called upon due to injuries to other players at their position.
Five things to watch for the USC Trojans against Oregon State: 1. Figuring out Reser: The reason there is so much being made about the recent USC struggles in Corvallis is because the Trojans have struggled a lot in Corvallis.
Here's what to watch for when the USC Trojans pay a visit to the Notre Dame Fighting Irish on Saturday: 1. Orgeron in South Bend: This will be the first big test of Ed Orgeron’s tenure as interim coach and it’s a doozy.
A few storylines to keep an eye on this week in the Pac-12: 1. Title game rematch: UCLA and Stanford will face each other for the third time in the last 10 months. Only this time it’s the Bruins who are the higher-ranked team, coming in at No.