There was a pass intercepted deep in USC territory, at the 25-yard line. There was another at USC’s 45. There were fumbles near midfield, at USC’s 29-yard line, at its own 23.
All of those plays shared two things in common: They all were potentially back-breaking turnovers that put the Trojans’…
Source: LA Times
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