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USC Trojans Spring Game: All Eyes On Matt Barkley This Weekend

The Trojans get ready for their biggest scrimmage of the spring.

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The USC Trojans have their minds set on a national championship next season. Armed with a Heisman candidate at quarterback with Matt Barkley, an electric playmaker in Robert Woods and a defense that should be improved, there is plenty for Trojans fans to get excited about in the coming months. On Saturday, USC will play their annual Spring Game, giving fans their first true look at the squad.

The Trojans have adopted a theme for spring practices: Unfinished Business.

The game will take place at 1:30 on Saturday, April 14 at L.A. Memorial Coliseum. You can buy tickets here. General admission seats are $10, with students and children under 12 getting in for free.

Story lines to watch for? Barkley will grab all the headlines, but the defense will definitely be something to scout. The secondary was often torn apart in 2011 and the defensive line struggled against the run, two areas head coach Lane Kiffin has vowed to improve upon this spring.

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