USC comes back and scores with 25 seconds left.
USC defense made it far too easy for Arizona, which scores a TD with 1:35 left.
Not a great day for Sean Snyder with bad punt, field goal, kickoff.
Kedon Slovis keeps throwing floaters but also throws a TD pass. And USC leads 27-23. Will Clay Helton luck out again? Probably.
Arizona kicks a 51-yard FG and actually leads 23-20.
Ben Griffiths were a 24-yard punt
Jude Wolfe has two penalties and Chris Steele three today.
Once again, USC cannot convert a fourth-and-1. In fact, USC lost 2 yards.
USC gets a delay of game on third-and-goal from the 6. And a missed 28-yard FG!
At least Donte Williams can recruit. Arizona strikes back with a 75-yard TD and it’s 20-20.
USC extends lead to 20-13. Slovis throws a nice long pass and then two poor passes.
It’s 17-13 USC at the half. Against perhaps the worst team in the Pac-12 South playing its first game.
Stephen Carr with 3-yard TD run and it’s 17-10 USC. Kedon Slovis with another bloop pass.
Arizona gets a FG and it’s 10-10. USC lucky to be tied.
USC’s defense cannot tackle. It looks slow. And it is letting make plays out of nothing.
Kedon Slovis has a problem. His passes look worse than last year. I already wrote some believe it’s the shoulder injury from last season.
USC lucky as Arizona misses 42-yard FG. Defensive penalties helped Arizona. The defense is not polished . . . at all.
Drake Jackson and Talanoa Hufanga are out but should it matter vs. Arizona?
Chris Steele with holding penalty. He has been grabbing receivers in first two games.
USC gets a lucky field goal after two Arizona penalties prolong drives. USC’s horrendous decision to snap out of the shotgun on third-and-1 cost Trojans.
Kedon Slovis still having trouble throwing spirals.
Wow, the defense lets Arizona right back into the game. Max Williams lets the receiver run right past him on sideline for a TD. USC 7, Arizona 7.
Talanoa Hufanga down on the field being checked by doctors.
Grant Gunnell can’t complete a pass and it’s intercepted by Talanoa Hufanga. Markese Stepp takes it in from the 1-yard line. Is Arizona going to be as bad as expected? Probably.
OK, we’re up and running for the “big” game in Tucson.