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Date: Friday, Dec. 1
Time: 8:00 p.m. ET
Location: Santa Clara, Calif.
Venue: Levi’s Stadium
Live Stream: WatchESPN
USC took down Stanford 42-24 in September at Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum. What will happen when they meet again in Santa Clara for the Pac-12 title.
Back in early September, USC and Stanford met in the Pac-12 opener for each team. After trading punches throughout the first quarter, the Trojans began to pull away before halftime. Sam Darnold threw for 316 yards and four touchdowns on 21-of-26 passing to lead Southern Cal to an 18-point victory on their home turf.
After the wild twists and turns of the 2017 college football season, the Trojans and the Cardinal will meet again at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara to play for the Pac-12 championship. USC took the Pac-12 South with a 10-2 record, with its only conference defeat coming in a three-point upset on the road against Washington State.
USC offensive line vs. Stanford’s front seven: If USC had rushed the ball every game the way it did against Stanford in September, the Trojans would be undefeated. USC rushed 48 times for 307 yards. “That USC game kind of exposed us,” linebacker Peter Kalambayi said. But USC was unimpressive last game with 153 yards rushing in 41 carries against a weak UCLA run defense.
Stanford has evolved since the early September matchup against USC. They also have the advantage of playing close to their home base, a short drive down the road from Palo Alto at the home of the San Francisco 49ers.
But USC will be trying to stay alive for a longshot bid into the College Football Playoff. Darnold is going to have another big game, as will standout receiver Deontay Burnett. Look for Burnett to have his first 100-yard receiving game since October, as he hauls in at least a half-dozen Darnold passes and two touchdowns.