In what can only be described as an odd culmination to the spring practice session, USC spent Saturday afternoon playing a rousing game of "touch" football.
With healthy bodies at a premium, head coach Lane Kiffin decided that tackling would not be in the best interests of his football team and thus this was not allowed.
What the Trojans were left with was an interesting display of gridiron prowess that decidedly favored the offense, and that side of the ball took full advantage of the circumstances.
While many questions—particularly on the defense—have not been resolved, fans of the program were still treated to a preview of what the Trojans are capable of in 2013.
This slideshow will take a look at who shined at this game and who did not.
Whether or not this game was really representative of how USC will perform in the upcoming year is for you to decide, but I think all concerned can't wait for fall...
And real tackle football.