USC defense too much for Huskies
Trojans sack Washington seven times and stop its rushing attack in victory
Updated: November 12, 2011, 9:58 PM ETBy Garry Paskwietz | We Are SC
LOS ANGELES -- One of the enduring memories of the 2010 meeting between USC and Washington was the way the Huskies offense performed in its 32-31 victory over the Trojans. The Huskies gained 537 yards in that game, and the 32 points were the second-most a Washington team ever had scored on USC. On the final drive of that game, when Jake Locker marched the Huskies right down the field for an eventual game-winning field goal, the USC defense seemed powerless to stop anything Washington did.
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