USC Trojans vs. Stanford Cardinal: Game time, live stream, TV coverage
Stanford hosts USC in Week 2 in a critical Pac-12 game. Both teams are coming off blowout wins in their season openers — USC routed Fresno State 52-13, while Stanford beat UC Davis 45-0. Stanford will be looking to avenge its upset loss to the Trojans in 2013.
Details for Saturday's game are below:
Kickoff: 3:30 p.m. ET
Live stream: The game can be live streamed here.
TV coverage: ABC
Stanford is USC's oldest rival, with the teams first playing in 1905.
In last season's matchup, Andre Heidari kicked a 47-yard field goal with 19 seconds left to give USC a 20-17 win over the Cardinal.
The Trojans set a Pac-12 record for plays in the win over Fresno State, running 105 for 701 yards.
USC is coming off a turbulent season-opening week that saw cornerback Josh Shaw admit that he lied about saving his drowning nephew and running back Anthony Brown quit the team while calling head coach Steve Sarkisian a racist.
The Cardinal have won five of the last seven games between the teams.
All-American kick returner Ty Montgomery returned from shoulder surgery to score two touchdowns in the season opener, including a 60-yard punt return touchdown.
Stanford had three scoring drives that lasted less than a minute against UC Davis and another that took 2:58.
With South Carolina's loss to Texas A&M last Thursday, Stanford now owns the nation's longest current home winning streak at 17 games.
Devon Cajuste, the team's No. 2 wide receiver, is expected to play against USC after being suspended for the season opener for a violation of team rules.
Recent series history
2013: USC 20, Stanford 17
2012: Stanford 21, USC 14
2011: Stanford 56, USC 48 (3OT)
2010: Stanford 37, USC 35
2009: Stanford 55, USC 21
2008: USC 45, Stanford 23
2007: Stanford 24, USC 23
2006: USC 42, Stanford 0
2005: USC 51, Stanford 21
2004: USC 31, Stanford 28
- Ben Estes