COLORADO (2-0 overall, 2-0 Pac-12 South)/ No. 19 USC TROJANS (3-0 overall, 3-0 Pac-12 South)
Nov. 28: 12:30 p.m. PST
Radio: KABC AM790
Location: Los Angeles
Stadium: Memorial Coliseum
Surface: Natural Grass
Pac-12 schedule – Week 4
Friday, Nov. 27
Stanford at Cal (1:30 p.m./FOX)
Oregon at Oregon State (4:00 p.m. /ESPN)
Washington at WSU (cancelled due to COVID)
Saturday, Nov. 28
Colorado at USC (12:30 p.m./ABC)
Arizona at UCLA (5:00 p.m./FOX)
Utah at Washington (7:30 p.m./ESPN)
Sunday, Nov. 29
Utah at ASU (cancelled due to COVID)
Note: All above times are Pacific Standard Time.
The opening line: The Trojans opened a 12 1/2 -point favorite over Colorado.
Projected Saturday Los Angeles Weather Forecast: Sunny with a high of 72 degrees, low of 45 degrees, 22 percent humidity, and 0 precipitation.
Last Season: Kedon Slovis threw a 37-yard touchdown pass to Michael Pittman Jr. with 2:15 left as the Trojans escaped Folsom Field with a 35-31win Friday night over the hard-luck Colorado Buffaloes, who nearly pulled off their first ever victory over the Trojans. See highlights below:
Current players in the NFL (subject to change)
CU: Oliver Isaiah (Falcons); Jimmy Smith (Ravens); Josh Tupou (Bengals); Chidobe Awuzie (Cowboys); Philip Lindsay (Broncos); David Bakhiari (Packers); Mason Crosby (Packers); Kabion Ento (Packers); Juwann Winfree (Packers); Laviska Shenault Jr. (Jaguars); Tidric Thompson (Chiefs); Devin Ross (Patriots); Ken Crawley (Saints); Nate Solder (Giants); Davion Taylor (Eagles); Ahkello Witherspoon (49ers); Daniel Munyer (Titans); Tony Brown (Washington); Steven Montez (Washington).
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 (Raiders); 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).
Notable College Football Game of Fame Members
CU: Byron White; Joe Romig; Dick Anderson; Bobby Anderson; Alfred Williams; John Wooten; Bill McCartney; Herb Orvis.
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
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).
CU: Gordon Allot (Senator); Josephine Antoine (opera singer); Benjamin Bailar (U.S. Postmaster General); Hank Brown (Senator); Ralph Carr (Colorado governor); Lynne Cheney (National Endowment for the Humanities); William “Bud” Davis (former Chancellor of LSU); Patricia Elliot (TV and Broadway actress); Chris Fowler (ESPN sportscaster); Michael Gelman (TV producer); Jim Gray (sportscaster); Robert “Bob” Howsam (former owner of the MLB Reds); William Hybi (former President of the U.S. Olympic Committee); Jeanne Jackson (CEO of Banana Republic)
William Jovanovich (publisher of Harcourt Brace & Jovanovich); Richard Knowlton (CEO Hormel Foods Corp.); Larry Linville (actor); Charles Lory (former president of Colorado State University); Theodore Maiman (Developed first laser); Sanford McDonnell (President and CEO of McDonnell Douglas Corp.); Glenn Miller (musician); Jerry McMorris (former owner of the MLB Rockies); William Mooney (actor); Trey Parker and Matt Stone (co-creators of South Park); Robert Redford (actor); Rick Reilly (author, Sports Illustrated); Roy Romer (former Governor of Colorado); Wiley Rutledge (former Supreme Court Justice); Byron White (former Supreme Court Justice); Steve Wozniak (co-founder of Apple Computer).
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).