The Trojan roller coaster fell earthward again this week despite two interceptions by Xavion Alford. The gulf in yards gained between the two teams (passing – USC: 220, ASU 145; rushing – USC: 92 yards; ASU 282 yards) — especially rushing — goes a long way to explain the game’s
So the USC Trojans beat the Arizona State Sun Devils to bring their season-to-date standing to 6 wins, 4 losses. At least their nose is still above water. The worst possible outcome puts them at .500 for the season, if they lose their last two games against California and UCLA.