ARIZONA STATE (0-0, 0-0 PAC-12 SOUTH)/ No. 21 USC (0-0, 0-0 PAC-12 SOUTH)
NOV. 7: 9:00 a.m. PST/12:00 P.M. EST
Location: Los Angeles
Stadium: Memorial Coliseum
Surface: Natural Grass
Pac-12 schedule – Week 1
Saturday, Nov. 7 (All times are PST)
ASU at USC (9 a.m./FOX)
Arizona at Utah (cancelled due to COVID)
UCLA at Colorado (4 p.m./ESPN2)
Stanford at Oregon (4:30 p.m./ABC)
Washington at Cal (cancelled due to COVID)
Washington State at Oregon State (7:30 p.m./FS1)
The opening line: The Trojans opened as 11-point favorites over Arizona State.
Projected Saturday Los Angeles Weather Forecast (Updated): AM showers with a high of 58 degrees, low of 46 degrees, 65 percent humidity, and 40 percent precipitation.
USC leads the series over ASU 22-13-0.
ASU playing in Los Angeles is 6-11-0.
Last Season: Kedon Slovis threw for 432 yards and four touchdowns, defensive lineman Christian Rector tipped the ball to himself for an interception with 25 seconds left, and USC held on to beat Arizona State 31-26. The Trojans jumped on the Sun Devils with 28 points in the first quarter behind Slovis’ 297 yards and four TDs passes. See video highlights below:
Current players in the NFL (subject to change)
ASU: Brandon Aiyuk (49ers), Quinn Bailey (Broncos), Kalen Ballage (Chargers) Eno Benjamin (Cardinals), Cohl Cabral (Rams), Jamil Douglas (Titans), DJ Foster (Cardinals), Zane Gonzalez (Cardinals), Lawrence Guy (Patriots), N’Keal Harry (Patriots), Matt Haack (Dolphins), Damarious Randall (Seahawks), Renell Wren (Cincinnati).
USC: Nelson Agholor (Raiders), Zach Banner (Steelers), Matt Barkley (Bills), Jurrell Casey (Broncos), Sam Darnold (Jets), Chuma Edoga (Jets), Rasheem Green (Seahawks), Everson Griffen (Cowboys), Porter Gustin (Browns), Adoree’ Jackson (Titans), Austin Jackson (Dolphins), Ronald Jones ll (Buccaneers), Devon Kennard (Cardinals), Uchenna Nwosu (Chargers), Michael Pittman Jr. (Colts), Nickell Robey-Coleman (Eagles), Jordan Simmons (Seahawks), Malcolm Smith (Browns), JuJu Smith-Schuster (Steelers), Tyron Smith (Cowboys), Leonard Williams (Giants), Antwaun Woods (Cowboys), Robert Woods (Rams).
College Football Hall of Fame Members
ASU: Jake Plummer, Bob Breunig, Pat Tillman, Randall McDaniel, Ron Pritchard, John Jefferson, Mike Haynes, Danny White, Dennis Erickson (HC), John Cooper (HC), Frank Kush (HC), Dan Devine (HC).
USC: Marcus Allen, Jon Arnett, John Baker, Hal Bedsole, Ricky Bell, Tony Boselli, Tay Brown, Brad Budde, Paul Cleary, Sam Cunningham, Anthony Davis, Morley Drury, John Ferraro, Mike Garrett, Frank Gifford, Mort Kaer, Matt Leinart, Ronnie Lott, Mike McKeever, Dan McMillian, Erny Pinchert, Troy Polamalu, Marvin Powell, Aaron Rosenberg, OJ Simpson, Ernie Smith, harry Smith, Lynn Swann, Cotton Wilburton, Charles White, Richard Wood, Ron Yary, Charles Young, Howard Jones (HC), John McKay (HC), John Robinson (HC), Mel Hein (AC), Aubrey Devine (AC), Bob Blackman (AC), Rickey Huntley (AC), Ken O’Brien (AC), Don Coryell (AC), RC Slocum (AC), Mike McGee (AD).
Pro Football Hall of Fame Members
ASU: Curley Culp, Mike Haynes, John Henry Johnson, Randall McDaniel, Charley Taylor.
USC: Marcus Allen, Red Badgro, Frank Gifford, Ronnie Lott, Bruce Matthews, Ron Mix, Anthony Munoz, Junior Seau, OJ Simpson, Lynn Swann, Willie Wood, Ron Yary, Troy Polamalu, Al Davis (owner), Joe Gibbs (coach), Mel Hein (coach).
ASU: Jimmy Kimmel (TV host); David Spade (comedian, actor)’ Al Michaels (sportscaster), Linda Ronstadt (singer); Lynda Carter (actress); Steve Allen (late TV host, comedian); Nick Nolte (actor); and Doug Ducey (governor).
USC: Neil Armstrong (astronaut), George Lucas (creator of Star Wars), Andrew Viterbi (co-founder of Qualcomm Inc.), John Wayne (actor), Will Ferrell (comedian and actor), Frank Gehry (Pritzker Prize-winning architect); Jerry Buss (late owner of Los Angeles Lakers), Gary Anderson (symbol designer); Warren Christopher (former Secretary of State); Zulfikar Ali Bhutto (former Prime Minister of Pakistan); America Ferrera (actress); Ron Howard (actor/director/producer) and Julie Chen (journalist); Fayez Tarawneh (former Jordanian Prime Minister); Pat Nixon (former first lady); Forest Whitaker (actor); Robert Zemeckis (director, producer, screenwriter); and Shinzo Abe (former Prime Minister of Japan).