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3939 S. Figueroa St, Los Angeles , CA 90037
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The Trofans stomping grounds can hold up to an astounding 91,000 seating capacity!
Trojans look to face the Cardinals this weekend
A month and a half after getting destroyed on the road versus Arizona State and the subsequent Layne Kiffin firing the USC Trojans have officially returned to relevancy in the Pac 12. An offense that has sputtered most of the season has suddenly become efficient while the Trojans have continued their consistent play on defense. Saturday USC traveled north to Berkeley and destroyed California (SCORE). USC is now 4-1 under interim head coach Ed Orgeron and have their biggest game of the season next Saturday versus fifth ranked Stanford. A win versus the Cardinal will be vindication for this year's USC team.
Where the game was won: The Trojans came out firing on all cylinders and never looked back, compiling a quick 21-0 lead that eventual grew to a 41-14 halftime advantage. The Trojans huge halftime advantage was built through contributions from all three phases of the game, but specifically via the breakaway punt return capabilities of Nelson Agholor. The Trojans receiver kicked off the scoring by returning a Cole Leininger punt 75 yards for a touchdown. He would cap the second quarter by returning another Leininger punt for a touchdown, the second one for 93 yards. It was an all around bad first half for the Cal special teams. Right before Agholor's second punt return touchdown the Trojans blocked a Leininger punt that was picked up by Josh Shaw to give the Trojans three special teams touchdowns in the first half. The big plays weren't just on special teams. Breakout running back Javorius Allen had a 43 yard touchdown run in the first quarter and a 57 yard touchdown catch from Cody Kessler in the second quarter. Allen then kicked off the third quarter with a 79 yard scamper. It was an all around electrifying performance for the Trojans skill position players and some real momentum heading into the Stanford game.
USC versus Stanford Preview: After back to back impressive wins the Trojans host Stanford at the Los Angeles Coliseum next Saturday. The 5th ranked Cardinal are coming off of an impressive upset of second ranked Oregon this past Thursday. Like the season before the Cardinal outmanned the Ducks at the line of scrimmage and ran out to a 20-0 halftime leading, holding on for a 26-20 victory. Stanford is big and physical and will look to use their solid running game and ball control offense to win the battle up front and out-physical the Trojans. Due to their talent level the Trojans may have a favorable matchup versus Stanford. They'll also have a fired up crowd that are now firmly behind Orgeron and the resurgent Trojans. The Trojans lost a close one, 21-14, last season at Stanford stadium.
Prediction: The Trojans ride the energy provided by a revved up home crowd and upset the Cardinal who suffer a letdown after their emotional victory over Oregon. USC receives a big performance from their defense and running game in the victory. 27-17 Trojans.
By: Chris Michaels