USC will enter the 2013 college football season with a lot of hope and even more questions.
Gone from the Cardinal and Gold are two of the most prolific Trojans of recent memory in the form of quarterback Matt Barkley and record-setting flanker Robert Woods. Their absence will create a void in what has been a prolific offense of late.
Because USC will have to replace these two vital players, and due to the fact that the quarterback position remains unsettled going into the fall camp, there will continue to be uncertainty on this side of the ball until the offense proves otherwise.
However, that doesn't mean that the Trojans don't possess offensive talent, and this will be the focus of this slideshow.
Of course, beyond breaking in a new quarterback and flanker is another important component to a successful offense: the line play, which also is a concern.
Still, if the "big uglies" perform capably, USC can put points on the board. Here is a list of guys who can get the job done.
Note: Rankings are based on the talent of the player in question, the likelihood of their being featured in the offense and depth behind them which may result in increased playing time.