Troy Week comes to an end with a 5 PM Pacific kick off between the USC Trojans and the UCLA Bruins. With the Pac-12 South title off the table for both sides, the game is all about bragging rights between crosstown rivals. The 9-3 Trojans have the added incentive of giving Ed Orgeron a fighting chance in the running to be USC’s next official head coach. Meanwhile, the 8-3 Bruins under Jim Mora are trying to stake a claim to their first winning streak over USC since 1998.
The game will be broadcast live and in HD color, nationally on ABC. With the call, Sean McDonough will be joined by Chris Spielman with Shannon Spake on the sideline.
As always, Pete Arbogast calls the game locally on USC flagship 710 KSPN in Los Angeles, and he’ll be joined with former Trojan John Jackson with color and USC social media guru Jordan Moore as the sideline reporter.
Also, the game will broadcast the game nationally on ESPN Radio, and locally on 1560 KXSC student radio in the immediate area around USC.
DirecTV: ABC (Channel 7 in Los Angeles)
Dish: ABC (Channel 7 in Los Angeles)
AT&T U-Verse: ABC (Channel 7 in Los Angeles)
Verizon FiOS: ABC (Channel 7 in Los Angeles)
Time Warner Cable: Click here for your local guide.
Live Stream: WatchABC is available to stream the broadcast live from certain TV providers. TWC customers can also access the game online through TWC’s live stream.
Betting Odds: USC (-4)
As of this morning, the game has an over/under of 52, with a 4-point spread in favor of the Trojans, according to VegasInsider.com’s VI Consensus.