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Matt Leinart made a return to the Coliseum tonight, the place where he once starred for the USC Trojans. The former championship-winning quarterback (although the title was later vacated) led the current team out of the tunnel before the Trojans took on No. 4 Stanford, and he was completely thrilled to perform the honor.
The crowd, of course, loved seeing Leinart come out of the tunnel again. Here’s video, via ESPN:
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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 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...
Stanford quarterback Kevin Hogan got into some serious trouble and he tried to throw a prayer up. Unfortunately for Hogan the ball was deflected up in the air and the prayer was answered by USC Trojans true freshman Su’a Cravens. The interception set up USC to score a field goal with 19 seconds left to take a 20-17 lead.
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.
The No. 4 Stanford Cardinal will take on the USC Trojans on Saturday in a match-up of two PAC-12 schools.
Stanford (8-1) is fresh off a win over then No. 2 Oregon while USC (7-3) has put together a three game win streak themselves.
Coverage of the game between Stanford and USC will air on ABC beginning at 8:00 pm ET from the Los Angeles Coliseum in Los Angeles, CA.
USC redshirt senior Devon Kennard discusses the Trojans 20-17 win over No. 5 Stanford from the field on Saturday night...
Rap mogul Dr. Dre was at USC to provide an inspirational speech to the Trojans prior to their highly anticipated showdown against the Stanford Cardinal.
USC tight end Xavier Grimble reacts from the Coliseum field after the Trojans upset No. 5 Stanford 20-17...
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.
Video: Matt Leinart leads Trojans onto the field
USC sophomore Max Tuerk reacts from the Coliseum field to the Trojans' 20-17 upset win over No. 5 Stanford...