After a last-second loss last week, USC (3-2) visits No. 10 Arizona (5-0) on Saturday night at Arizona Stadium. The Trojans were defeated 38-34 on a Hail Mary as time expired by Arizona State last week at home, while the Wildcats stunned then-No. 2 Oregon in Eugene 31-24 on Oct. 2. USC leads the all-time series 29-8, including a 38-31 win last season in Los Angeles.
You can follow the game with live stats and play-by-play here.
How to watch
Details for Saturday's game are below:
Kickoff: 10:30 p.m. ET
Live stream: The game can be live streamed here.
TV coverage: ESPN2
10/04: Arizona State 38, USC 34
Mike Bercovici hit Jaelen Strong with a 46-yard Hail Mary on the final play of the game to lift the Sun Devils past the Trojans. Javorius Allen rushed for 143 yards and two touchdowns on 29 carries. Safety Su’a Cravens had 3.5 tackles for loss, including one sack.
09/27: USC 35, Oregon State 10
Cody Kessler completed 24-of-32 passes for 261 yards and two touchdowns. Javorius Allen had a touchdown and 115 yards on 20 carries. The Trojans held the Beavers to 58 yards rushing and 181 yards of total offense.
09/13: Boston College 37, USC 31
The Trojans were held to 20 yards rushing on 29 carries. Cody Kessler threw for 317 yards and four touchdowns on 31-of-41 passing, but was sacked five times. USC had a 17-6 lead early in the second quarter before Boston College ran off 24 unanswered points.
09/06: USC 13, Stanford 10
Andre Heidari kicked a career-long 53-yard field goal with 2:30 remaining for USC. J.R. Tavai forced a fumble to end Stanford’s final drive. Javorius Allen ran for a career-best 154 yards.
08/30: USC 52, Fresno State 13
Steve Sarkisian won his USC coaching debut, the seventh straight Trojans coach to do so, joining Paul Hackett (1998), Pete Carroll (2001), Lane Kiffin (2010), Ed Orgeron (2013) and Clay Helton (2013). The Trojans’ 704 total yards was their most since putting up 745 against Washington State in 2005. USC set a Pac-12 record with 105 offensive plays, breaking a mark set by Arizona (103) in an overtime game against Stanford in 2012.
10/02: Arizona 31, Oregon 24
Terris Jones-Grigsby put the Wildcats on top for good with a 1-yard touchdown run with 2:54 remaining. The win marked the second straight year Arizona has beaten a top-five Ducks team. The Wildcats piled up 323 of their 495 yards of total offense in the second half.
09/20: Arizona 49, California 45
The Wildcats roared back with 36 points in the fourth quarter, winning the game on Anu Solomon’s 47-yard Hail Mary to Austin Hill on the final play. Arizona came back from 22 points down at halftime, the largest comeback in school history. The 36 fourth-quarter points were the most in school history in any quarter. Solomon set single-game school records with 47 completions, 73 pass attempts and 520 passing yards.
09/13: Arizona 35, Nevada 28
Anu Solomon hit Cayleb Jones with a 22-yard touchdown pass in the third quarter to break a 21-21 tie. The Wildcats had a 100-yard rusher (Nick Wilson, 29 carries for 171 yards) and a 100-yard receiver (Jones, nine receptions for 116 yards) for the fourth straight game. Solomon had an efficiency rating of 204.82 in the game, a career high.
09/04: Arizona 26, UTSA 23
Nick Wilson scored a 2-yard touchdown run to put the Wildcats up for good, 20-16, late in the first half. Anu Solomon and Cayleb Jones connected for an 85-yard touchdown on the first play from scrimmage in the game, Arizona’s fifth touchdown drive of 40 seconds of fewer this season. Safety Hared Tevis had a career-high 16 tackles and also intercepted a pass late in the game to help thwart UTSA’s comeback attempt.
08/29: Arizona 58, UNLV 13
The Wildcats set a new school record for total offense with 787 yards. The previous mark of 691 was set against New Mexico in 1969. Anu Solomon became the first freshman to start at quarterback for Arizona in a season opener. Terris Jones-Grigsby (124) and Nick Wilson (104) each rushed for more than 100 yards, while Austin Hill (110) and Samajie Grant (101) each had more than 100 receiving yards. It was the first time in school history Arizona had two players rush for 100 yards and two players with 100 receiving yards in the same game.