No. 13 USC In Foreign Territory For Utah Road Trip

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — In their ongoing bid to get back to where they once were, in the hunt for a top BCS bowl, the 13th-ranked Trojans will have to go where they haven’t ventured in 95 years.

It’s been that long since Southern California played Utah in Salt Lake City, and after a bye-week break for both teams, Utah fans finally get a chance to see what they’ve been missing Thursday night.

USC coach Lane Kiffin is hardly a fan of night games, and doesn’t expect this one will be easy, regardless of what happened in Utah’s last game.

That was Utah’s Pac-12 opener two weeks ago in which Arizona State tore through a once-proud Utes defense, rolling up 512 yards on offense and winning 37-7 in a game that really wasn’t that close.

Source: Associated Press