What’s next for USC football? Important divisional matchup with Colorado

Colorado (2-0) at No. 19 USC (3-0)

When: Saturday, November 28 (time to be determined)

True: Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum

Watch / listen: To be determined / AM 790

Colorado update: The Buffaloes will come to Los Angeles as the only Pac-12 South team left undefeated except USC. So the winner of this game will decide his own fate regarding the Pac-12 championship game. … Colorado was inactive last week after the game against Arizona State was canceled due to the spread of COVID-19 on the Sun Devils roster. … In the first two games, Colorado’s most dangerous weapon was the sophomore Jarek Broussard ran back. The shifty 5-foot-9 back averages 154 yards per game, with three trips to the end zone as well. … Colorado has had to win in shootout mode, however, averaging 37 points per game. The Buffalos are ranked 92nd in the country in total defense, allowing for 437.5 yards per game. … Colorado is still looking for its first win against USC, with a 0-14 so far in the series.

USC update: The Trojans took their most convincing victory of the season on Saturday, beating Utah 33-17. The USC defense played at a different level from the previous two games, but the offense left a lot to be desired, with quarterback Kedon Slovis turning over twice and the Trojans struggling to run the ball and convert it to the top. third place. … The Colorado game will be the first USC this season against a team that has already played a game. … WR Tyler Vaughns climbed to a draw with receivers coach Keary Colbert for fifth on the USC all-receipts list on Saturday with four catches. The tying run was a much-needed touchdown grab that gave USC a 17-10 lead.