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Very limited in practice throughout the week, Robert Woods‘ availability for USC in tonight’s Pac-12 matchup with Stanford likely won’t be known for a few more hours. Speaking on ESPN’s GameDay show this morning, head coach Lane Kiffin said the All-American wide receiver will be a game-time decision for the Trojans vs. No. 4 Stanford.…
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USC coach Lane Kiffin was none too happy with receiver Robert Woods at the end of regulation in the Trojans' game against Stanford on Saturday. By falling to the ground, Woods could have allowed time for USC to attempt a winning field goal, but by attempting to juke his way across the field he allowed time to expire. The Trojans lost in overtime. Kiffin's reaction to Woods...
The Trojans receiver caught 12 passes for 224 yards and three touchdowns for a breakout performance against the Cardinal last season. Woods, though, would trade his great game for a victory.The Trojans receiver caught 12 passes for 224 yards and three touchdowns for a breakout performance against the Cardinal last season.
Of the 88 times USC and Stanford have faced each other on the gridiron, the Trojans have dominated the series with 58 wins, but when the two meet this weekend in the Coliseum, Stanford will be the higher-ranked team riding the nation’s longest winning streak. It’s a streak that began against the Trojans last season, when a field goal as time expired gave the Cardinal the win...
Robert Woods inexplicably didn't fall down to stop the clock on the final play of regulation, preventing Southern California from trying a long field goal to stun Stanford. Curtis McNeal then fumbled into the end zone three overtimes later, ending an unforgettable game in ugly fashion.
Although the 20th-ranked Trojans made too many outstanding plays to count Saturday night,...
ESPN’s “College Gameday” pre-game show made it’s way to the Coliseum in Los Angeles Saturday as the USC Trojans have a big matchup against #6 Stanford and Heisman Trophy favorite Andrew Luck. Somehow some fans were able to sneak a couple of “inappropriate” signs on camera during the live telecast (may be NSFW): Erin Andrew’s [...]
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Devon Kennard talks with Fox Sports/Scout.com's Whitney Blaine about the Trojans' tough 56-loss at home to Pac-12 foe Stanford.
USC offensive tackle Matt Kalil was named one of 12 semifinalists for the Rotary Lombardi Award and placekicker Andre Heidari was named one of 20 semifinalists for the Lou Groza National Placekicker Award.