Sports SCene: Basketball Heads to the Postseason, Spring Ball Kicks Off and More

A game of H-O-R-S-E with USC's star guard and one of the best long jumpers in the nation in-studio

As basketball heads to the postseason and spring football kicks off, Sports SCene is here to get you ready for all the ongoing action in USC sports.

Hosts Jackson Safon and Josh Cohen kick things off with an update and glance at basketball's outlook headed into the thick of March Madness. Can the Trojans make some noise in the Pac-12 tournament or will they be on the bubble come Selection Sunday?

To breakdown what exactly the Trojans need to do to make a run in the Pac-12 tournament and beyond Jackson is joined by Paolo Uggetti to give you the top three things to watch for. Defense, Pace and shooting are the keys to USC making a name for themselves in March.

One player certainly looking to lead the team to success is Julian Jacobs. Jackson took on the star guard in a game of H-O-R-S-E this week and got to know him a little better.

Another team headed to the postseason is USC's Track and Field squad and we have the top long jumper in the country Eric Sloan in-studio for an interview. Sloan talks about his decision to come to USC, his talents on the track and his time as a football player.

Over on the social media world, many were abuzz with the impending spring camp practices. Angel Viscarra runs down the gamut of coaches, players and alums' tweets.

With spring ball kicking off, Alexa Palermo has all you need to know on each position for the Trojans and how they shape up from the coaches to the special teams.

USC Baseball had quite the weekend as they partook in the Dodgertown Classic, where we sent correspondent Hannah Wing to recap the great atmosphere and game that took a whopping 14 innings to end.

In this week's installment of Ask An Athlete, Randall Newsome takes to the tennis court to ask Laurens Verboven as many burning questions in sixty seconds.

Jacqueline Baltz lights the torch this week with updates from women's tennis, beach volleyball and women's lacrosse in what was another eventful week for Trojan athletics.