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Stanford, by virtue of its loss to Utah earlier this season, was already a long shot to have a chance at playing in the BCS National Championship Game. But after tonight’s defeat, the Cardinal are probably going to be on the outside looking in for any of the BCS bowl games. USC, which is now 5-1 since the firing of Lane Kiffin, did the unthinkable and knocked off No. 4 Stanford at home, 20-17, on a 47-yard field goal by Andre Heidari in the final minute of play. The Trojans’ victory means that Oregon is the only one-loss team in the Pac-12 North, and unless the Ducks fall to either Arizona or Oregon State, the Cardinal will probably be on the outside looking in BCS-wise this posteason. Here’s the game-winner – USC’s fans rushed the field right as the game ended.
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If there’s one bright side to Matt Leinart not being on an NFL team, it’s that he’s able to support his alma mater on Saturdays. The USC Trojans took advantage of that by having their former Heisman Trophy winner lead the team onto the field before Saturday’s game against the Stanford Cardinal. Leinart was as […]
Apparently good things come in fours. After four years of losing to Stanford, USC picks up its first ranked win against rank #4 Stanford— their first win against a ranked opponent since taking down fourth-ranked Oregon in Eugene in 2011.
Two teams went blow for blow playing in an old school fashion like they have since 1905. Plays weren’t flashy, and yards weren’t easy. Much...
LOS ANGELES So much in the Coliseum on Saturday night was predicated on a chance.
For interim head coach Ed Orgeron, his was the chance to prove he could lead a team to victory over a top-5 opponent and he wasn't just a quick fix to a bad situation.
For the USC Trojans it was snapping a four-game losing streak to No. 4 Stanford.
For Andre Heidari, it was a chance at redemption...
Andre Heidari redeemed himself in the biggest way possible by nailing a 47-yard field goal with 19 seconds left to help the USC Trojans beat the Stanford Cardinal 20-17 at the Coliseum on Saturday night. Heidari missed an extra point following the Trojans’ first touchdown, meaning Stanford only needed a field goal to tie the […]
The story had been building all week: what if USC's chance to upset No. 5 Stanford came down to a game winning field goal? Would Andre Heidari be able to hit it? The Trojans beat Stanford 20-17 on Saturday.
Andre Heidari kicked a 47-yard field goal with 19 seconds to play, and Southern California's stalwart defense repeatedly came up big in a 20-17 victory over No. 4 Stanford on Saturday night.
Cody Kessler passed for 288 yards for the revitalized Trojans (8-3, 5-2 Pac-12), who earned their fifth win in six games under interim coach Ed Orgeron.
USC's remarkable defensive performance...
The Trojan Blitz -- USC beats Stanford, Cody Kessler throws touchdowns to Soma Vainuku and Buck Allen, USC kicker Andre Heidari kicks game winning field goal.
The USC Trojans have seemingly turned their season around since the firing of Lane Kiffin earlier this year. Ed Orgeron has led the team to four victories in five games (the lone loss was to Notre Dame), and now ESPN’s College GameDay has come to town to see if USC is for real. Tonight, the Trojans get to take on No. 4 Stanford fresh of a win against previously undefeated Oregon...
USC has turned it’s season around after firing Lane Kiffin and have a huge matchup with 4th ranked Stanford on Saturday night.
USC President Max Nikias brought in a special guest to help fire the Trojans up. Dr. Dre took time out from making the Detox to pay his fellow South Central brethren some love.
Dre said that he was a longtime fan of the team and wished them luck.
USC redshirt senior Devon Kennard discusses the Trojans 20-17 win over No. 5 Stanford from the field on Saturday night...
USC tight end Xavier Grimble reacts from the Coliseum field after the Trojans upset No. 5 Stanford 20-17...
USC sophomore Max Tuerk reacts from the Coliseum field to the Trojans' 20-17 upset win over No. 5 Stanford...
Stanford coach David Shaw waited at midfield for several minutes, but couldn't find Ed Orgeron amid the raucous crowd of Southern California fans celebrating their Trojans' upset victory.
The fifth-ranked Cardinal's national title hopes are also lost, and Shaw figured they had only themselves to blame.
Andre Heidari kicked a 47-yard field goal with 19 seconds to play...