The defense is a mess. A real mess. USC leads, 41-35.
Well, USC can always score. It’s 41-27 but this game has officially entered embarassment territory.
This is not Lincoln Riley’s finest effort. USC leads Cal, 34-27 and there are still nine minutes left.
USC needs a special teams coach.
The busted coverage vs. Arizona was awful. The one USC just gave up to Cal was even worse. Jaylin Smith appears to be the culprit.
Denis Lynch in white cleats. Another low.
Raleek Brown wearing yellow socks. A new low for USC.
What the hell is Lincoln Riley’s game plan? USC has 34 passes and 15 runs. Why? It’s Cal not Georgia.
Cal may not be finished. It gets a 57-yard pass by throwing at Ceyair Wright and then scores a TD following a PI penalty on Calen Bullock. USC 27, Cal 14.
It’s a thriller of a move by Michael Jackson with his second TD catch. USC 27-7. Cal is finished.
Michael Jackson catches a TD pass from Caleb Williams. USC is not playing its best game but Cal is being Cal after the quick start.
Can you believe USC is only ahead 13-7?
How many USC players have slipped and fell on that yellow sideline mat I complained about weeks ago?
Well, this isn’t the start that was envisioned.
Caleb Williams drives USC down the field and Travis Dye scores the TD. USC 13-7. Order slowly being restored.
USC comes back and scores but the PAT gets botched on a bad snap.
The Trojans can’t stop Cal’s Jadyn Ott, who scored a TD on the first drive.
Linebackers Eric Gentry and Ralen Goforth are out again and not in uniform for the game. Wide receiver Mario Williams is also out. Jordan Addison did some warmups but went back to the locker room while the other receivers stayed out with the QBs.
Oh, I’m picking USC, 38-13.