The 2018 Pac-12 opener of USC vs. Stanford will kickoff at 5:30 p.m. in Palo Alto with the Trojans looking to get off on the right foot in conference play.
Week 2 of USC’s 2018 campaign has arrived with one of the biggest challenges of the year on tap. The No. 17 Trojans will take on the No. 10 Stanford Cardinal on Saturday night, kicking off the Pac-12 season with a potentially season-defining game.
USC is coming off of two straight victories over the Cardinal. That doesn’t mean it’ll be any easier to bottle up Heisman Trophy candidate Bryce Love and company.
The spread between the two rivals opened with Stanford favored by five points, but the consensus has now moved the margin to six points, per OddsShark.
The Cardinal are likely getting a boost for hosting the game, suggesting it will once again be a tight battle between Top 25 teams.
Kickoff for USC vs. Stanford is slated for 5:30 p.m. on FOX, featuring Joe Davis and Brady Quinn on the broadcast. Bruce Feldman will be on sideline duty.
TV channel listings:
DirecTV: 11 SD/HDDish: 11 SD / HDAT&T U-Verse: 11 SD / 1011 HDFiOS TV from Frontier: 11 SD / 511 HDSpectrum Cable: 11 SD / HD
How to listen on the radio:
A live national radio broadcast will be available from Compass Media Network with Greg Papa and Tony Hill on the call.
As always, the Trojans will have a live local radio broadcast on ESPNLA 710 AM featuring Pete Arbogast, the voice of the Trojans. John Jackson will be alongside with color commentary while Jordan Moore will cover the sidelines.
How to live stream online:
A live stream of the FOX broadcast will be available through FoxSportsGo.
You’ll have to log in through your television provider in order to access the stream. Just input your subscriber information when prompted and you’ll be watching in no time.
Have you cut the cord? You can also catch the game via fuboTV, which is offering a free 7-day trial for their service which includes channels like FOX Sports 1, the Big Ten Network and more.