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CFB : ATS Matchup
Saturday 10/13/2012Line$ LineOU LineScore
USC
 
WASHINGTON
-14.5  

+14.5  
-750

+510

55.5
 
24
Final
14

USC (4 - 1) at WASHINGTON (3 - 2)
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Week 7 Saturday, 10/13/2012 7:00 PM
Board OpenLatest
163USC-13.5-13.5
164WASHINGTON5454.5
ADVANCED TEAM STATS
USC - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfYardsYPPTOScoreHalfYardsYPPTO
All Games4-1-1.71-42-334.020.8424.0(6.4)2.019.46.8338.0(4.7)2.4
Road Games2-1-2.70-32-131.317.3385.7(6)2.026.010.3392.0(5.4)2.0
Last 3 Games2-1-1.71-21-226.318.3400.0(5.9)2.719.310.3323.7(4.9)2.0
Turf Games2-0+10-22-040.019.0438.5(7)1.528.512.0379.5(5.2)2.0
Conference Games2-1-1.71-21-226.318.3400.0(5.9)2.719.310.3323.7(4.9)2.0
USC - Current Season Statistics
 RushingPassingTotal
 PPGHalfFDTOPATT-YDSYPRCMP-ATTPCTYDSPYAATT-YDSYPPYPPT
Offense (All Games)34.020.820.630:0831-158(5.1)23-3564.8%266(7.6)66-424(6.4)(12.5)
Opponents Defensive Avg.28.91520.631:6037-144(3.9)22-3562.0%241(6.9)72-385(5.3)(13.3)
Offense Road Games31.317.318.030:3531-138(4.4)22-3465.3%248(7.4)65-386(6)(12.3)
Defense (All Games)19.46.821.029:5234-113(3.4)22-3858.2%225(6)71-338(4.7)(17.4)
Opponents Offensive Avg.25.81119.730:1236-136(3.8)20-3359.6%225(6.7)69-361(5.2)(14)
Defense Road Games26.010.321.329:2533-143(4.3)23-3958.6%249(6.4)72-392(5.4)(15.1)

WASHINGTON - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfYardsYPPTOScoreHalfYardsYPPTO
All Games3-2+3.22-31-322.814.4321.2(4.6)1.826.213.4351.4(5.3)2.0
Home Games3-0+3.22-10-230.020.7356.7(5.1)1.012.74.0274.3(4.5)2.3
Last 3 Games2-1+2.22-11-130.018.3365.0(4.9)2.326.013.7331.0(5)2.0
Turf Games3-1+3.22-21-227.717.2355.7(4.9)2.022.511.7330.0(5.1)2.2
Conference Games1-1+2.21-11-119.05.0333.0(4.5)3.032.520.5366.0(5.2)2.0
WASHINGTON - Current Season Statistics
 RushingPassingTotal
 PPGHalfFDTOPATT-YDSYPRCMP-ATTPCTYDSPYAATT-YDSYPPYPPT
Offense (All Games)22.814.418.832:1237-137(3.7)19-3359.1%184(5.6)70-321(4.6)(14.1)
Opponents Defensive Avg.27.116.620.333:3837-126(3.4)22-3660.6%230(6.4)72-355(4.9)(13.1)
Offense Home Games30.020.719.733:0738-150(4)20-3262.9%206(6.4)70-357(5.1)(11.9)
Defense (All Games)26.213.418.427:4839-178(4.5)15-2754.9%174(6.5)66-351(5.3)(13.4)
Opponents Offensive Avg.33.717.219.729:3439-193(4.9)17-2958.2%208(7.1)69-401(5.9)(11.9)
Defense Home Games12.74.012.026:5331-116(3.8)15-3051.1%159(5.3)61-274(4.5)(21.7)
Average power rating of opponents played: USC 37.6,  WASHINGTON 41.2
SCHEDULE AND RESULTS
USC - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateOpponentScoreSULineATSTot.O/URushingPassingTORushingPassingTO
9/1/2012HAWAII49-10W-44L62U23-8126-41-394132-5624-39-2084
9/8/2012*SYRACUSE42-29W-24.5L62.5O33-25823-30-187141-13330-46-3222
9/15/2012@ STANFORD14-21L-9.5L56U28-2620-41-254337-20215-32-2152
9/22/2012CALIFORNIA27-9W-16W56.5U40-29622-34-192336-7718-34-1732
10/4/2012@ UTAH38-28W-14L50O32-12923-30-303222-9523-38-2092
10/13/2012@ WASHINGTON            
10/20/2012COLORADO            
10/27/2012@ ARIZONA            
11/3/2012OREGON            
11/10/2012ARIZONA ST            

WASHINGTON - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateOpponentScoreSULineATSTot.O/URushingPassingTORushingPassingTO
9/1/2012SAN DIEGO ST21-12W-15.5L55.5U31-10625-35-222140-19910-19-1283
9/8/2012@ LSU3-41L22.5L53U24-2617-36-157152-24212-19-1951
9/15/2012PORTLAND ST52-13W-31.5W -49-20917-25-220124-8318-34-1782
9/27/2012STANFORD17-13W7W48.5U34-13619-37-177128-6518-37-1702
10/6/2012@ OREGON21-52L25.5L62.5O46-20819-31-145552-29915-24-1982
10/13/2012USC            
10/20/2012@ ARIZONA            
10/27/2012OREGON ST            
11/2/2012@ CALIFORNIA            
11/10/2012UTAH            
KEY GAME INFORMATION
USC: The Trojans are finally eligible for postseason play, and the timing couldn't be better, because this team has the talent to win another national championship. QB Matt Barkley (3,528 pass yds, 39 TD, 7 INT) is the front-runner to win the Heisman Trophy and has two of the top WRs in college football in Robert Woods (111 rec, 1,292 yds, 15 TD) and Marqise Lee (1,143 rec yds, 11 TD). Throw in RB Curtis McNeal (1,005 rush yds, 6 TD) and a good offensive line, and you have what could be the best offense in the nation. On the defensive side of the ball, the Trojans are getting back eight starters and should have a great group of linebackers to go along with a very solid secondary. The defensive line could be an issue, as no dominant run stuffer has emerged to play nose tackle.
WASHINGTON: Washington is another team that could make the jump to the top of the Pac-12. Keith Price (3,063 pass yds, 33 TD, 11 INT) returns at QB after a brilliant year in 2011. The running game could be an issue, however, as Washington lost RB Chris Polk to the NFL and has a very banged up offensive line. On defense, highly regarded Justin Wilcox takes over as defensive coordinator, and gets back seven starters. The secondary is going to be stronger than in 2011, but they have a long way to go to erase last year's debacle (285 pass YPG allowed, 5th-worst in nation) that ended with a 67-56 loss to Baylor. The Huskies will also need consistent play from a group of erratic linebackers to provide stability.
PREVIEW
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ PA SPORTSTICKER COLLEGE FOOTBALL PREVIEW (USC-WASHINGTON) ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

*Southern Cal-Washington Preview* =================================

By MATT BEARDMORE STATS Writer

USC (4-1) at Washington (3-2), 7:00 p.m. EDT

Southern California has spent plenty of time away from Los Angeles, but that will soon change.

Winning a game at Washington would give coach Lane Kiffin's squad a big lift heading into the second half of the season.

The 11th-ranked Trojans will try to set a program record with a 187th consecutive game without getting shut out Saturday when the Huskies look to open 4-0 at home.

Including a 42-29 victory over Syracuse on Sept. 8 in East Rutherford, N.J., USC (4-1, 2-1 Pac-12) will play four of its first six games away from home. However, the team will play just once outside of Los Angeles in the second half - Oct. 27 versus Arizona.

While the Trojans arrive in Seattle following their second consecutive win, a come-from-behind 38-28 victory at Utah on Oct. 4, they realize that taking on Washington (3-2, 1-1) at CenturyLink Field is a tall order.

The Huskies are undefeated at their temporary home - Husky Stadium is being renovated - following a 17-13 victory over then-No. 8 Stanford on Sept. 27.

USC dropped from No. 2 to 13 with a 21-14 loss at Stanford on Sept. 15.

"You go up there and the crowd and the stadium is extremely loud," Kiffin said. "And they play better at home."

Washington coach Steve Sarkisian, a former assistant at USC, can only hope that continues as his team gets back to work after a 52-21 loss at second-ranked Oregon last Saturday dropped it out of the Top 25.

The Huskies committed a season-worst five turnovers and surrendered 2012 highs of 497 total yards and 299 on the ground.

"We really felt like we could come in and play with them," said Sarkisian, whose team is 1-2 against ranked foes this season. "We felt like we had a plan offensively. But we had a hard time tackling the quarterback when he got out of the pocket. That made things difficult for us."

The Huskies rank 13th against the pass in the FBS, giving up 173.8 yards per game, but they were exposed versus the Ducks with four touchdown passes allowed.

USC's Matt Barkley presents another potentially tough test. The Heisman Trophy candidate, who threw for 303 yards and three touchdowns against the Utes, is four TDs shy of tying former Trojan Matt Leinart's conference record with 99.

Barkley is also 359 yards shy of passing Leinart for second at USC with 10,624.

The Trojans' talented wide receiver combination of Marqise Lee and Robert Woods gives Barkley a realistic chance to break those marks. Lee, third in the FBS with 52 catches, leads the team with 649 receiving yards and seven TDs.

Woods, who has five scores, needs 10 receptions to pass Dwayne Jarrett for most in program history with 217.

With so many weapons on offense, including running backs Silas Redd and Curtis McNeal, who could be available after missing the Utah game with a head injury, the Trojans should have no problem getting on the scoreboard.

USC has not been shut out since falling 27-0 at Washington on Nov. 1, 1997.

If the Huskies are going to improve to 3-1 against the Trojans since Sarkisian took over, junior quarterback Keith Price will likely have to improve his play. Price, who set a program record with 33 TDs last season, has completed just 59.5 percent of his passes with five scores and four INTs.

"I don't think I've been enjoying the game the past couple of weeks," said Price, who left with a knee injury in a 40-17 loss at then-No. 18 USC on Nov. 12. "I haven't been playing with the same passion as last year, the same confidence, the same swagger. I've got to get back to that."

Price's top targets will likely be wide receiver Kasen Williams and tight end Austin Seferian-Jenkins, who should be able to go after suffering a leg injury last week.

USC will also have to keep an eye on sophomore Bishop Sankey, who has three consecutive 100-yard rushing games.

McNeal ran for a career-best 148 yards and a touchdown last season as the Trojans avoided a third straight loss in this series. Washington hit late go-ahead field goals in the previous two meetings, winning 16-13 in the Trojans' last visit to Seattle on Sept. 19, 2009.

USC, then coached by Pete Carroll, had won the previous seven meetings.

"It's a healthy rivalry between the schools and (Sarkisian has) done a great job making it very competitive," Kiffin said.

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