USC Football (6-1) is taking on the Arizona Wildcats (3-4) on the road this Saturday, in a game that really should be a gimme for the Trojans. SC is ranked in the top 10 for a reason. UA is 4-27 in their last 31 games is also for a reason. While UA Head Coach Jedd Fisch is improving the program, he was put in a brutal position. It will take some time for him to be able to bring U of A out of this hole.
It will still be an important game for SC, though. It's a prime opportunity for the Trojans to prove that their last game, which was a loss, was a fluke. Not only will Trojan fans be able to see how this team responds to a loss, but they'll also get the chance to prove themselves to have been focused during the bye week.
So, to be able to see the Pac-12 contest, go ahead and get a free trial for FuboTV. This way, as long as you have internet, you'll be able to stream the game on Saturday. Look--this game is going to matter. It's Arizona, but there's something that Arizona absolutely does have, and it's wide receivers. In particular, they have one in the top couple tiers of America (maybe the top tier).
That would be Jacob Cowing, who has 53 catches for 737 receiving yards and 7 receiving touchdowns already. He's been excellent. On the other hand, though, Mekhi Blackmon will likely be shadowing him. Blackmon has been outstanding himself, already picking off two passes this year and swatting five PD's.
USC Football matches up very well against the Cats.
USC Football is often described to have a 'bend don't break' defense. Interestingly, the Wildcats have a 'bend don't break'...offense? It's admittedly hard to describe via a term like that, but here's the reality: Arizona puts up a lot of yards, but not a lot of points.
UA is racking up 465.1 yards per game, which is 24th in the country. They're also only scoring 31.6 points per game, which is 54th in the country. So UA forces defenses to bend (which USC already does), but never forces them to break (which USC doesn't do on their good days). And Saturday is expected to be one of their good days.
Again, U of A is the same team that's been blown out by Mississippi State and CAL this year. It's not necessarily the most daunting task for the Trojans, and they'll likely have it easy for their Week 9 matchup.