Let’s look at the two most probable outcomes of Saturday’s game: Either USC wins by a small margin or Colorado wins. Yes, Colorado is the leader of Pac-12 South and it does best USC in nearly every offensive and defensive statistic. But, once again, statistics are only relevant in context.
USC’s defense has recognized that limiting Colorado’s dynamic offense is important for a win.
The Trojans will host the Women of Troy Invitational this upcoming weekend.
The Women of Troy will take on ranked Arizona and Arizona State at home.
The ugly thing about football is that it’s violent.
Junior outside hitter Khalia Lanier is building her own legacy at USC.
The Trojans have focused on perfecting technique and minimizing penalties.
USC football didn’t play a game last weekend, as one could deduce from the lack of activity on 28th Street Saturday.
The men’s water polo team had its 17-game winning streak snapped at the hands of Stanford on Saturday.
Life is all about luck.