A dreary third quarter ends with USC up, 35-6.
What’s next? The temperature gauge stays stuck at 75 degrees?
The lights went out at the Coliseum. Some things never change.
It’s halftime and USC leads, 35-7. And you know what, the Trojans are still vulnerable on defense and the offensive line. Luckily, the schedule is a joke.
Washington State manages a TD to remind everyone how the defense can be pushed around too.
You think USC was trying to get Amon-Ra St. Brown some TDs to pad his stats in the first quarter?
End of first quarter: USC 28-0. Trojans lead in talking trash after every play too.
USC special teams had 10 men on field for punt return and a roughing the punter penalty so far.
Washington State is missing four of its eight defensive backs in the playing rotation tonight. And playing man defense!
Kedon Slovis short TD to Amon-Ra St. Brown. Washington State cannot cover USC receivers and is not playing soft zone, for some reason.
USC stops Washington State on downs. But Cougars kind of stopped themselves on bad passes/drops.
Offensive linemen Justin Dedich and Andrew Vorhees are not playing. Are these cordonavirus casulaties?
USC opens as a 2.5-point favorite over UCLA according to BetOnline.
I’m not used to Pete Carroll losing to the New York Giants right before USC kicks off.