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Kessler sets TD mark in #22 USC’s 56-28 win

Cody Kessler set a school single-game record with seven touchdown passes, throwing five in the first half of No. 22 Southern California’s 56-28 victory over Colorado on Saturday. Nelson Agholor caught three TD passes from Kessler, who broke the mark previously held by Matt Barkley. He passed the record on a 24-yard TD pass to Steven Mitchell, who made a diving catch in the third quarter of a blowout victory for the Trojans (5-2, 4-1 Pac-12).

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USC Welcomes Colorado in Homecoming Game

No. 22 USC, coming off a bounce-back nail-biting victory at No. 10 Arizona that propelled Troy back into first place in the Pac-12 South standings, begins the second half of regular season play by hosting Colorado on Homecoming/Reunion weekend in a game to be shown live on Pac-12 Networks. The Trojans and Buffaloes have played only 8 times in history and USC has never lost, including last year’s win in 29 degrees in Boulder. Colorado is making only its second visit to the Coliseum since 2000.

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Trojans Upset #10 Arizona

Javorius Allen ran for 205 yards and three touchdowns, and USC survived a last-second field goal try to knock off No. 10 Arizona 28-26 on Saturday night. USC left the Coliseum defeated and deflated a week ago after losing to Arizona State on a Hail Mary. The Trojans were headed toward another stinging loss after Jared Baker scored on a 1-yard with 1:07 left and Caleb Jones recovered the onside kick. With the crowd roaring for another improbable victory, the Wildcats came up short when Casey Skowron missed his third field goal of the night, a 36-yarder that sailed wide right with 17 seconds left.

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USC Goes to Undefeated #10 Arizona

After a 2-game homestand that ended with a stunning Hail Mary TD loss to Arizona State last Saturday, USC now has to go back on the road to play undefeated No. 10 Arizona. The Trojans have captured more than 75% of their games against the Wildcats, including 6 of the past 8 meetings in Tucson, in a series that dates to 1916. But the last 7 USC-Arizona games have been decided by a touchdown or less, including last year’s Trojan victory on a Thursday in the Coliseum when interim head coach Ed Orgeron made his debut.

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USC Defeated by Arizona State in Final Minutes

Jaelen Strong caught a 46-yard touchdown pass from Mike Bercovici as time expired, and Arizona State scored three TDs in the final 3:53 to shock #16 Southern California 38-34 on Saturday night. Bercovici capped his 510-yard, five-touchdown passing performance with his third scoring pass to Strong, who slipped in front of USC’s Hayes Pullard at the goal line and pulled in the Hail Mary throw. Arizona State’s bench stormed the field to celebrate the first win at the Coliseum since 1999 for the Sun Devils.

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2014 Schedule

Aug 30 Fresno State 4:30 FOX 52-13 Win
Sept 6 at Stanford 12:30 ABC 13-10 Win
Sept 13 at Boston College 5:00 ESPN 31-37 Loss
Sept 27 Oregon State 7:30 ESPN 35-10 Win
Oct 4 Arizona State 4:30 FOX 34-38 Loss
Oct 11 at Arizona 7:30 ESPN2 28-26 Win
Oct 18 Colorado 3:00 Pac-12 Network 56-28 Win
Oct 25 at Utah 7:00 Fox Sports 1
Nov 1 at Washington State
Nov 13 (Th) Cal 6:00 ESPN
Nov 22 at UCLA
Nov 29 Notre Dame
All Times Pacific


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