Found April 12, 2012 on Crystal Ball Run:
We like to talk about the USC Trojans here on Crystal Ball Run. And why wouldn't we? The Trojans have one of the most entertaining characters coaching on the sidelines in Lane Kiffin. They have one of the top Heisman contenders and charming quarterbacks in the country in Matt Barkley. They have the USC Song Girls. They have one of the top receivers in the nation in Robert Woods. And they have the USC song girls. They also have one of the teams many believe will make a run to the BCS Championship Game, fresh off a two-year postseason ban handed down by the NCAA. Let's just say the Trojans have been waiting for this opportunity, and they have what it takes to seize it. With the USC spring game coming up Saturday, here is a quick look at some of the things you should be paying close attention to. 1. Matt Barkley is great, but what if... Without question, Matt Barkley is the main guy for USC and their offense. There is a reason he returned for one more season and with him ...

Woods remains sidelined through spring

USC wide receiver Robert Woods turned 20 on Tuesday. He spent a portion of his birthday at practice. On the side and away from the action, he stood stationary while pumping his arms. He took a step and slightly turned his shoulders. With the naked eye, it didn't look like much, but in his mind he went through another tactic to get past Pac-12 defenders this fall. That and...

Quoting Kiffin: Final Thursday of Spring

Quotes from head coach Lane Kiffin after the Trojans' Thursday practice, the final one before USC's Spring Game.
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