USC Football takes on the Arizona State Sun Devils on Saturday, as the 4-0 Trojans look to stay unbeaten against the 1-3 Sun Devils at home. The game unfortunately will start at 7:30 p.m. PST, so it's likely that few on the east coast (including the poll voters) will actually be watching the game.
It was a typical Pac-12 screw-up, but it's expected at this point, and a big part of why USC is leaving the Pac. The game will be on ESPN, at least, and not the Pac-12 Network where half the country will even have access to the game. If one does, however, still need a live stream; head over to FuboTV for a free trial.
USC leads the all-time series 23-14 against the Sun Devils, although they did lose last year in Tempe. This time, the game will be at home, though. Both teams are also in much different places this year.
Last year, ASU had an 8-4 season while USC had a 4-8 season. SC had fired their head coach after Week 2. This year, USC already has the amount of wins they had last year, and ASU is the team who fired their coach after Week 3 of the season.
USC Football is the No. 6 team in the country heading into Week 5.
USC Football just barely beat Oregon State by three points, and now have an opportunity to play a get right game and get back to how they looked in the first three weeks of the season, where they outscored their opponents 148-59.
If they start out 5-0 with a convincing win over a team they should dominate, they have a shot to enter the top five in the AP Poll, as there are two teams ahead of them playing ranked matchups this week. SC will look to light up the scoreboard like they did in the first three weeks, while playing the stingy defense they did last week when only giving up 14 total points.