Matt Leinart, Kirk Gibson Selected To College Football Hall Of FameFormer USC quarterback Matt Leinart and former Dodger Kirk Gibson -- who was a standout wide receiver at Michigan State University -- were selected into the College Football Hall of Fame.
Quarterback Coach Can Turn Kids Into Star PlayersSteve Clarkson grew up in the Los Angeles neighborhood of El Sereno wanting to be an NFL quarterback.
6 (or 5) Recent UCLA-USC Top 25 MatchupsWhen USC and UCLA take the field at the Rose Bowl on Saturday afternoon, it will be the third-straight Victory Bell game in which both the Bruins and Trojans are ranked in the Associated Press College Football Poll.
USC's Kessler Breaks Single-Game Record With 7 TD Passes In Rout Over ColoradoCody Kessler set a school single-game record with seven touchdown passes, throwing five in the first half of No. 22 Southern California's 56-28 victory over Colorado on Saturday.
Heisman Winners Who Were Duds In The NFLSome Heisman Trophy winners, who so splendidly mastered the collegiate system through their careers, have been unable to continue or live up to their high expectations. We take a look at some of these Heisman winners who never quite succeeded in the NFL.
Former Trojan Leinart Signs With BillsFree-agent quarterback Matt Leinart signed with the Buffalo Bills on Sunday.
Raiders' Pryor To Start Over Leinart Against ChargersThe Oakland Raiders are ready to get a long look at Terrelle Pryor to see if he can be their quarterback of the future.
Matt Leinart Hoping To Start As Raiders QBMatt Leinart is hoping to get one more shot to show what he can do as an NFL starting quarterback.
Barkley Helps USC Get Back To Top Ten In AP Ranks
Barkley Throws 6 TD's, 4 To Woods, To Break Leinart's USC, Conference Record Matt Barkley hooked up with Robert Woods for the third time Saturday against the Colorado Buffaloes to break Matt Leinart’s USC and Pac-12 touchdown pass record.
Matt Leinart, Texans Expected To Part WaysMatt Leinart says he is done in Houston.
Matt Leinart To Start For Houston Texans Houston quarterback Matt Schaub is out indefinitely with a "significant" right foot injury and will miss at least the Texans' next game in two weeks.