Coming into this matchup, both USC and Utah were looking to avoid a lot of bad mojo. To start, a 4-4 record, a two game losing streak and relegation from the middle of the Pac-12 to the bottom.
Utah and USC also shared a lot of questions about who they would be coming into the game? How would USC handle all their injuries? How would Utah handle the pressure of a second straight road game especially after coming off a terrible performance at Arizona?
The biggest question for me? Can Wilson play the game effectively, limit or eliminate turnovers and get things turned around.
The answer? A big fat “NO”.
Wilson, aka, the “Gloved One” came out and picked up right where he left off and played his worst game of the season throwing two inceptions and adding a fumble in the first half before being pulled for Adam Schulz who only turned the ball over once.
The Utah offense was abysmal today, only producing 3 points in a game that they “had” to have to turn this season around.