It’s just awful here the final few minutes.
USC tacks on a field goal and it’s 45-30.
Tyjae Spears fumbled but not before he gained another 39 yards on that drive.
USC leads 42-30. Should be over, right? Right?
Brenden Rice with the nice TD catch and Tulane immediately comes back thanks to the atrocious tackling. It’s 35-30.
Tulane gets a field goal, which is a victory for USC.
An 80,000-seat stadium and the song girls are forced to be in the stands?
USC needs a kicker for next season too.
The second half begins and USC still can’t tackle. USC 28, Tulane 21.
Brenden Rice is the guy who is benefitting the most from Jordan Addison’s absence. His TD catch gives USC a 28-14 lead.
Who would guess a 39-yard rushing TD would stop the madness? Raleek Brown does the honors and USC leads, 21-14.
Korey Foreman on the initial coverage on the TD.
The USC defense has actually gotten worse throughout the season. How did it give up that 87-yard TD?Tulane ties it up, 14-14.
Tulane isn’t even rushing Caleb Williams and he throws an interception. Terrible decision.
Just when it looked like USC would blow Tulane out, the Trojans’ defense decides to make it a game. Is this the worst-tackling USC team ever? Tulane cuts lead to 14-7.
Who needs Jordan Addison?
Caleb Williams with the easy TD to Terrell Bynum. USC, 14-0.
Caleb Williams runs all over the field and then finds Brenden Rice for a 30-yard catch. His hamstring looks OK.
Courtland Ford, who lost his starting job early in the season, is called for holding.
Caleb Williams to Michael Jackson for the TD. USC leads, 7-0.