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USC Football: Coverage Map, Announcers, Local Listings vs Oregon State

Evan Desai
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USC football's Week 4 matchup against Oregon State will be on the Pac-12 network. Check out your local listings to find where to watch the Pac-12 network if you have it. The broadcasters of the game will be Ted Robinson as the play-by-play commentator and Yogi Roth as the color commentator. Roth, of course, is a former USC Quarterbacks coach (2005-2009).

The game will kickoff at 6:30 p.m. PST. To see a coverage map of Saturday's college football action, just click here. It will be a battle between two high powered offenses. USC averages 50.7 points per game (sixth in the country), and OSU averages 45.7 (13th in the country).

It's most certainly going to be no walk in the park for an SC defense that's surrendering 19.67 points a game (just 46th in America). On the bright side, however, SC is tied for second nationally in sacks (14), and tied for fourth nationally in turnovers forced (10). Also, Oregon State's defense isn't a strength of the team either.

USC football is going up against an Oregon State defense that's giving up 25.67 points per game (70th in the country).

USC football's opposition is also surrendering 357.3 yards per game, which ranks 65th nationally. It's a perfect opportunity for the Trojans to hold a track meet, and that's likely one that they'll win. USC not only has a top two Heisman contender in the country in Caleb Williams, but they also have the best wideout in the nation in Jordan Addison.

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The connection between Williams and Addison has been electric; as the two have already connected 18 times for 295 yards and five scores. Pair that with Williams' strong chemistry with former OU teammate Mario Williams, as well as a dominant running game, and the Beavers are going to have their hands full with SC in their last trip to Corvallis as a member of the Pac-12.

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