USC (2-0 Ov., 2-0 Pac-12 South)/ UTAH (0-0 Ov., 0-0 Pac-12 South)
Nov. 21: 8:30 p.m. MST/ 7:30 PST/ 10:30 P.M. ET
Radio: AM 790 KABC
Location: Salt Lake City
Pac-12 schedule – Week 3
Saturday – Nov. 21
UCLA at Oregon (12:30 p.m./ESPN2)
Cal at Oregon State (12:30 p.m./FS1)
Arizona at Washington (5 p.m./FOX)
USC at Utah (7:30 p.m./ESPN)
Washington State at Stanford (7:30 p.m./FS1)
Arizona State at Colorado (cancelled due to COVID)
Note: All times above are Pacific Standard Time.
The opening line: The Trojans opened as 1 1/2-point favorites over Utah.
Projected Saturday Salt Lake City Weather Forecast: Partly cloudy with a high of 42 degrees, low of 27 degrees, 59 percent humidity, and 10 precipitation.
Last Season: Trojans backup quarterback Matt Fink came off the punch to relieve injured starter Kedon Slovis and passed for 351 yards, leading the Men of Troy to a 30-23 victory over No. 10 Utah in front of an intense Coliseum turnout. Michael Pittman caught 10 passes for a career-high 232 yards and a touchdown. See highlights below:
Current players in the NFL (subject to change)
Utah: Alex Smith (Washington), Star Lotulelei (Bills), Eric Rowe (Dolphins), Garett Bolles (Broncos), Marcus Williams (Saints), Marquise Blair (Seahawks), Devontae Booker (Raiders), Sam Tevi (Chargers), Cody Barton (Seahawks), Tim Patrick (Broncos), Mitch Wishnowsky (49ers), Kylie Fitts (Cardinals), Jackson Barton (Giants), Chase Hansen (Saints), Jaylon Johnson (Bears), Julian Blackmon (Colts), Zack Moss (Bills), Terrell Burgess (Rams), Leki Fotu (Cardinals), Bradlee Anae (Cowboys), John Penisini (Lions).
USC: Devon Kennard (Cardinals); Xavier Grimble, Iman Marshall (Ravens); Matt Barkley (Bills), Darion Clark (Bears); Porter Gustin, Malcolm Smith (Browns); Tyron Smith, Antwaun Woods (Cowboys); Jurrell Casey (Broncos); Everson Griffen, Marcus Martin (Lions); Steven Mitchell Jr. (Texans); Michael Pittman, Marvell Tell lll (Colts); Nelson Agholor (Raiders); Uchenne Nwosu (Chargers); Robert Woods (Rams); Austin Jackson (Dolphins); Cameron Smith (Vikings); Marqise Lee (Patriots); Leonard Williams (Giants); Sam Darnold, Chuma Edoga (Jets); Nickell Robey-Coleman, Deontay Burnett (Eagles); Zach Banner, JuJu Smith-Schuster (Steelers); Rasheem Green, Jordan Simmons, Chad Wheeler (Seahawks); Ronald Jones, Aca’Cedric Ware (Buccaneers); Adoree’ Jackson (Titans).
College Football Game of Fame Members
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
Utah: Mac Speedie, Larry Wilson
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).
Utah: Karl Rove (politician), Ted Bundy (serial killer), Ralph Hartley (inventor), JW Marriott Jr. (chairman of Marriott International), Jon Huntsman Jr. (politician), Matthew Davis (actor), Nolan Bushnell (Chuck E. Cheese Pizza chain), Craig Richard Nelson (actor), Allan Howe (politician), Robert Holding (oil, hotel chains), Thomas S. Monson (16th President of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints), E. Gordon Lee (President of West Virginia University), Bobo Bennett (US Senator), Shelby Steele (documentary filmmaker, author), Kevin Murphy (TV director voice overs), Olene S. Walker (Utah governor), Edwin Catmull (former president of Pixar and Walt Disney Animation Studios), Calvin L. Rampton (former Governor of Utah),
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); Shinzo Abe (former Prime Minister of Japan).