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USC Women's Basketball: Trojans Hit Huge Viewership Numbers For Pac-12 Tournament Final

The Trojans' big win in the Pac-12 Tournament also brought in a huge amount of viewers.

The USC Trojans secured a big win at the Pac-12 Tournament, securing the second big win in program history. The combination of freshman phenom JuJu Watkins, junior Rayah Marshall, senior McKenzie Forbes, senior Kayla Padilla, and senior Kaitlyn Davis proved too much for Stanford, as the Women of Troy took home the gold. 

College women's basketball has been on fire with huge stars like Watkins, Iowa's Caitlyn Clark, and LSU's Angel Reese, and the viewership numbers have been skyrocketing as a result of people wanting to see these historic athletes make their mark. 

The Pac-12 Championship game alone brought in a ridiculous amount of viewership. 

A staggering 1.4 million viewers tuned in to see USC bring home their big win. The Trojans have seen sold-out crowds when USC and UCLA have gone toe-to-toe this season, and they also ensured they could watch the final game. 

Now, USC will travel to take on the NCAA Tournament, and the hope is they will make a deep run. Many analysts believe they can take home the entire thing with the way that they have been playing, us included.