USC Football at Arizona: Start Time, Live Stream, TV Info and More

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USC Football kicks off against Arizona on Saturday at 4 p.m. PST. Not the worst kickoff time at all. It allows for the poll voters to be up and able to watch the game, which is especially important considering that the College Football Playoff rankings come out this upcoming week. SC needs the committee up and watching them (probably) destroy the Wildcats.

If anyone needs a live stream for the game this Saturday, just simply get a free trial for FuboTV. That can be secured through clicking here. That may be needed in particular for this week's game, as SC is playing on the PAC-12 Network, unfortunately.

That's the disappointing part about this week, as while SC is playing in a good time slot that allows for many eyeballs on the team, they're playing on a network that about half the country doesn't have. At least the highlights will be available after the game...And for what it's worth, there's going to be quite a few highlights for USC on Saturday.

SC is 6-1 on the year, and tied for the tenth spot in the AP Poll. Arizona is not in the poll, as they have had an awful season at 3-4. While it's true that UA is getting better as a team, and getting better as an overall program as well; they're not ready to compete with USC just yet. They'll be at home this week, but should still have plenty of trouble with the Trojans.

USC Football is likely to beat Arizona by a score of 60 to 17.

To read more about that USC Football prediction, click here. The reality is, Arizona's offense puts up plenty of yards...but not a lot of points.

And that feeds right into USC's defensive identity. When they're on top of their game, they're a 'bend don't break defense.' Arizona caters right into that game plan by racking up 465.1 yards per game (25th in America), but scoring just 31.6 points per game (54th). And as for UArizona's defense? They hand out the eighth-most points per game in all of the FBS (36.29 points per game).

dark. Next. Predictions for rest of USC Football season

Jedd Fisch is beginning to get a lot more fans in the stands over at Arizona Stadium. He's doing all the right things. His issue is simply that he inherited a winless program from the season before when he took over in the offseason after 2021. He's got too big of a hole to dig out of before he can be able to beat USC by Year 2 of his re-build.