By Matt Zemek, Trojans Wire: The USC Trojans’ defense was not atrocious in the first half against Colorado on Saturday, nor was it spectacular.
The USC defense made some important plays to preserve and sustain a multi-touchdown advantage, such as the defensive stop it gained when USC led 21-7. That stop set up a blocked punt by Eric Gentry which enabled the Trojans to restore a 20-point lead at 27-7.
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Was the USC defense better than the previous week? You be the judge. Will this get it done vs Oregon and Washington?
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