USC Football vs. Colorado: Start Time, Live Stream, TV Info and More

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USC Football kicks off this Friday against Colorado at 6:30 p.m. PT. It is yet again another night game that will prevent USC from being seen by a national audience, which is of course not only bad for Caleb Williams' Heisman chances, but also bad for this program in general.

SC is in the College Football Playoff hunt, and the East Coast (which includes plenty of CFP committee members) are obviously likely to be asleep during at least a good portion of this game. The game is to be on FS1, so at least it's a nationally televised game, and not on the PAC-12 Network where half the country wouldn't even have access to the game.

If anyone reading this does not have access to a TV on Friday, though, they can still see the game via a live stream. To get that live stream, get a free trial to FuboTV which can be found through clicking here.

Everyone's going to want to see this game, as it's a must win. There's essentially no way SC could make the College Football Playoff with a loss to CU on their resume. And luckily, Colorado has always been one heck of matchup for the Trojans historically. SC has never lost to the Colorado Buffaloes in their entire history.

USC Football is 15-0 all-time against Colorado.

Not only does that history bode well for USC Football this weekend, but the present also bodes well for the Trojans in this battle. Colorado is at the very bottom of the Power 5 when it comes to both points scored per game (15.6) and points allowed per game (40.22). And sure, while USC is giving up a lot of points (25.22), they are at least scoring a lot of points.

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They are putting up 41 points per game, which is seventh in all of the FBS. They're led by one of the very top Heisman contenders in Caleb Williams, who's thrown 28 touchdown passes (32 total touchdowns) and only turned the ball over once all season. Colorado doesn't have a Williams, so this one shouldn't take too much to get a win for SC.