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USC Vs UCLA: Rivals Since 1954
It's never too early to start thinking about one of college football's great rivalries. The battle for the Victory Cup between the two crosstown rivals will be held November 30 at the Los Angeles Coliseum.
The two rivals, separated by just 12 miles, may be playing for a South Division championship and a berth in the Pac-12 championship game. The UCLA Bruins have won the South Division the past two seasons and with second-year head coach Jim Mora are poised for a run at a BCS bowl game.
Mora returns redshirt sophomore quarterback Brett Hundley, among the Pac-12's best, for his second season running the UCLA offense. Hundley threw for 3,745 yards and 29 touchdowns last year and established the school's single-season record for total offense with 4,095 total yards. He is bigger and faster this year and primed to become one of the nation's finest.
On the other side of the ball, USC head coach Lane Kiffin returns eight offensive starters including the nation's best wide receiver, Marqise Lee. Lee caught 118 passes for 1,721 yards and 14 touchdowns last season. But, for the first time in four years, USC will not have Matt Barkley under center when it begins the season.
Sophomore Max Wittek filled in last year when Barkley went down with a season-ending shoulder injury late in the season. Wittek might not be the guy when the Trojans open up at Hawaii this August. Sophomore Cody Kessler and big-time recruit Max Browne will challenge to become the Trojans' starter.
Whomever the QB is, he will have a tremendous supporting cast with Lee and RB Silas Redd, who is back for his senior season. Redd rushed for 905 yards and scored nine touchdowns last year.
Last year's game, a 38-28 UCLA win, was the first time since 2006 that the Bruins claimed victory. The Trojans had won the previous five games by a combined score of 158-35, including a 50-0 shutout win in 2011. To say that USC was dominating the series was an understatement.
With the resurrection of the Bruins, expect this year's game to similar to 2012. Both teams will enter with a shot at the South Division title on the line. The winner might be headed to a BCS bowl game as well.
The USC defense should be improved with seven returning starters led by all three linebackers. Leading tackler Hayes Pullard as well as Lamar Dawson and Dion Bailey all return. The defense will get a big boost from new coordinator Clancy Pendergast. The knock on the Trojans' defense was that they could not stop the spread offense. Pendergast will make that a top priority.
UCLA will have to fill some holes on defense especially after an injury-filled spring practice. The Bruins will very good on the corners with Anthony Jefferson and Ishmael Adams and if they are able to replace NT Brandon Tuliaupupu, they will be one of the league's top units.
This year's game returns to its usual year-end date, marking the final game of the regular season for both teams. Last season, the game was moved to mid-November. UCLA closed the season with Stanford, the team it went on to play, and lose to, in the Pac-12 championship.
By: Chris Michaels