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USC postpones Stanford game due to COVID issue

The USC Trojans will not take on the Stanford Cardinal today, as USC was forced to postpone the game due to a COVID-related issue within the program, the Trojans announced.

USC is scheduled to play Cal on Saturday. That game has not been postponed yet, but could be depending on the outcome of further testing within the USC program. That testing will also likely dictate whether the USC program needs to pause all activities.

USC announced that it will work with Stanford and the Pac-12 to reschedule Thursday’s game.

USC’s previously-scheduled game against Stanford was postponed as well, with the two teams set to play that game now on February 2.

The Trojans are 11-3 this season and were hoping to bounce back from a disappointing 58-56 loss to Oregon State this past Tuesday.



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Erik McKinney

Erik McKinney began writing for WeAreSC in 2004, during his junior year at USC, covering the Trojans football team and recruiting. He then moved on to ESPN.com in 2011, where he served as the West Region recruiting reporter and then the Pac-12 recruiting reporter. He took over as publisher of WeAreSC in January, 2019.


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