USC football plays Oregon State today, and the game will unfortunately be on the Pac-12 Network. That's unfortunate of course because that means about half the country will not get the game, and USC won't pick up the exposure they should be getting by playing in a matchup with two of the best teams in the Pac-12.
Fortunately, however, USC fans can still watch the game for free even if they don't have the Pac-12 Network. As long as one has internet, they can watch the game via a free trial to FuboTV. It'll be an important one that the fans don't want to miss. Both teams are 3-0 on the season so far, and USC is ranked inside the top seven.
It'll likely be an entertaining shootout, as USC is sixth in the country with 50.7 points per game, and Oregon State is 13th in the country with 45.7 points per game. It'll be up to SC's defense to contain Oregon State's offensive attack, which they are capable of doing. They're tied for fourth nationally in turnovers forced (10), and tied for second nationally in sacks (14).
That being said, USC football's defense also has its flaws.
USC football is tied for 103rd in rushing yards allowed per game with 177(!). They're tied for 112th in the country in rush yards per carry allowed at 4.78 yards per tote. Oregon State RB Deshaun Fenwick will be a tough test for SC, as he averages 5.4 yards per attempt and has scored three touchdowns on the ground so far this year.
Oregon State's defense isn't strong either, as they give up 357.3 yards per game (65th nationally), and 25.67 points per game (tied for 70th nationally). At least SC's defense gives up less than 20 points per game. USC will have a prime opportunity to exploit the Beaver defense on Saturday, and get their second Pac-12 road win of the season.