Trojans have too many weapons
Scouts, Inc., goes inside the USC-Oregon State matchup and sees the Trojans leaving as the victors.
Originally Published: November 4, 2004By Tony Granieri | Scouts, Inc.
- USC holds a commanding 58-8-4 advantage in the all-time series against Oregon State. In fact, the men of Troy had won 26 consecutive games against the Beavers before losing to them in their last trip to Corvallis in 2000.
When: Sat., 10 p.m. ET
Where: Reser Stadium, Corvallis, Ore.
With that in mind, the Trojans will cautiously make their way up to the Pacific Northwest for the second week in a row to take on an upstart Oregon State team that is currently riding a three-game winning streak. Will the inclement weather of the Pacific Northwest combined with on-a-roll Oregon State be enough to knock the Trojans off their horse? The Beavers are certainly battle tested having faced the likes of No. 17 LSU, No. 16 Boise State and No. 4 California already this season.
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