USC Morning Buzz

Jose Carlos Fajardo/Bay Area News Group

Jose Carlos Fajardo/Bay Area News Group

Here’s my story on how USC’s 62-28 victory over California sets up the biggest game of the season on Saturday against Stanford.

“Even if it was just Cal, the Trojans created an interesting November. USC faces Stanford, Colorado and UCLA in its final three games. The Trojans are suddenly making noise in the Pacific-12 South Division, have a chance to create national waves against Stanford and giving Orgeron redemption as a second-chance coach..”

Full story here

Also, freshman tailback Ty Isaac made his biggest splash of the season. Story here

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  • Chandler

    ESPN GAMEDAY will be at the game this weekend. Time to shine in front of everyone. Great chance to impress recruits as well. Fight On!

  • tostevinUSC

    The thing is, Cal’s new coach is in the same position Ed Orgeron was in when he coached Ole Miss. He knows what is needed but doesn’t have the personnel to make it happen. If they put up with him they will be back to a good team. Articles like “it was only Cal,” will no longer be possible in a few years.

  • Ben Factor

    Dykes’s comments about punt coverage were surprising. Watching the replays of the Agholor returns, it was hard to identify much effort by Cal.

    I agree with tostevinUSC that Cal will improve a lot. Dykes has already been successful as a head coach, and a lot of moms wouldn’t mind it if her son attended Cal.