USC needed overtime, but the Trojans were able to get past Texas.

By Khadrice Rollins
September 17, 2017

USC and Texas battled past the final whistle and into double-overtime on Saturday in The Coliseum.

The Longhorns were down late, but took the lead with less than a minute remaining on a 17-yard touchdown from Sam Ehlinger to Armanti Foreman.

USC then marched down the field to tie the game on a field goal as time expired.

To open overtime, USC scored a touchdown on its first play.

Texas then answered with a score of its own.

The Longhorns then fumbled after getting inside the USC five-yard line in the second overtime.

This allowed the Trojans to win the game on a field goal and come away with a 27-24 victory.

The stakes were not as high as the last time the two teams met, but the late-game drama was certainly close.

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