Coming off an historic performance, Southern California quarterback Matt Barkley just might have quieted talks about his vanishing Heisman Trophy chances.
He's also hoping to get the Trojans back in the national title picture.
Barkley looks to lead No. 10 USC to five straight wins for the first time in four years when it visits Arizona on Saturday.
USC (6-1, 4-1 Pac-12) is ninth in the BCS standings, but with No. 2 Oregon (7-0), Arizona State (5-2), UCLA (5-2), No. 5 Notre Dame (7-0) and a potential Pac-12 championship game still on the schedule, the Trojans figure to have an outside shot at the BCS championship game if they can run the table.
Barkley has to be feeling good heading into this meeting with Arizona (4-3, 1-3) after throwing for 298 yards and matching a career high with six touchdown passes in a 50-6 victory over Colorado last Saturday. He surpassed Matt Leinart's school and conference records for career TD passes with 102.
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