USC vs. Fresno State Pregame Team and Trojan Marching Band Warmups


Video part 2 (sorry, we had to start the stream on another device):

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The No. 7-ranked USC Trojans (2-0) host the Fresno State Bulldogs (1-1) at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum with the game nationally televised on Fox. Before kickoff, we’ll be broadcasting live from the press box showing the USC football team warming up on the field as well as the pre-game show for the Trojan Marching Band.

Please note that the stream will stop before kick off as we are not authorized to broadcast the match.

USC head coach lincoln riley will try to keep this Trojan offense going, already ranked No. 2 in the nation in scoring through the first two weeks of the season. defensive coordinator Grumpy Alex loves the explosive plays his unit has produced, but he really wants to see the defense give up fewer yards and fewer big plays.

For our complete and comprehensive overview of Trojans and Bulldogs, check out this article by Tom Haire. An excerpt from the article below:

The USC Trojans (2-0) – ranked No. 7 by The Associated Press and No. 8 in the USA today coaches poll – return home to face Mountain West Conference Fresno State Bulldogs (1-1) on Saturday, September 17 at 7:30 p.m. PDT at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum and before a FOX national television audience. The Trojans are a 12.5-point favorite on Thursday night. This is the sixth meeting between the schools. USC won the last four after Fresno State infamously defeated the Trojans, 24-7, in the 1992 Freedom Bowl in Anaheim. Most recently, USC outscored the Bulldogs, 31-23, in 2019 at the Coliseum.

Last Saturday, the Trojans scored touchdowns on each of their first five possessions — while forcing three Stanford turnovers in the same span — in an eventual 41-28 win over the farm. Behind the quarterback Caleb Williams‘341 passing yards and four touchdowns, receiver Jordan Addisonboth seven-catch scores (172 yards) and running back Travis DyeWith 105 yards rushing (including a 27-yard touchdown), USC notched its second consecutive 500-yard total outing — even with an average second half. The USC defense continued to struggle on the run, but backed up its season-opening performance with another. Two of those four turnovers stopped Stanford drives inside the USC 5-yard line. Meanwhile, the Bulldogs suffered a heartbreaking 35-32 home loss to Oregon State. The two teams combined for three touchdowns in the final 1:50 of play, trading heads each time, capped by the wild back of the Beavers Jack Colletto scoring from two yards out on the last play of the game. Fresno State Quarterback Jake Haener threw for 360 yards and the Bulldogs beat Oregon State, 492-397. But Fresno State saw four scoring runs end short of the end zone and result in goals on the ground.


Stay tuned to for wall-to-wall coverage of the USC Trojans and Fresno State Bulldogs Saturday night at the Coliseum.


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