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USC Football is going to be on ESPN this Saturday night at 7:30 p.m. PST against Arizona State. Some, however, will of course potentially need a live stream for the game. In order to get that live stream, simply go ahead and snag a free trial to FuboTV here.

It will likely be a blowout, however it will still be important for the fans to see USC try to get right after a close win last week at an unranked Oregon State. It's a game fans should still not want to miss. SC is 4-0 entering the game, and ASU is 1-3. USC is ranked as the No. 6 team in the AP Top 25 Poll.

They began the season outscoring their opponents 148-59 through three weeks, but just beat OSU in Corvallis by only three. If SC wants to be taken seriously as a national contender, they need to boat race the Sun Devils. No. 12 Utah just beat them by 21 points. That should be at least close to the standard for this upcoming Saturday.

USC Football is going up against a rookie head coach against Arizona State.

That's because Shaun Aguano, the head coach USC Football will be facing on Saturday, has taken over the ASU program after Herm Edwards was fired after Week 3. Unfortunately, it didn't go well last week with the 21-point home loss, but Aguano will look to play spoiler against Southern California in Week 5.

If he wants to win the permanent job, a win against No. 6 USC would certainly be quite the line on his resume. As for USC, they need to pounce on the Sun Devil offense just like they pounced on the Beaver offense last week. ASU is just 106th in the nation in points per game (22.8).

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USC's defense is not their strongest side of the ball, but they are at least giving up only 18.25 points per game (30th in the country). They're coming in with a lot of momentum from last week, and have the chance to pounce on an offense that doesn't have a ton of upside left after the program in Tempe was ravaged via the transfer portal.