By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
The #20 USC Trojans have beat the #4 Washington Huskies. The Trojans won 26-13 at Husky Stadium.
The Huskies came into this game with a 12-game win streak, which was snapped. Alabama has the longest active win streak at 22 games.
Washington joins #2 Clemson Tigers to go down on Saturday. Clemson lost on a game-winning field goal by Chris Blewitt for the Pitt Panthers.
This loss will affect the Huskies’ College Football Playoff rankings. On Tuesday, they became the #4 team following a loss by Texas A&M Aggies on Nov. 5.
When the new rankings come out this Tuesday, the Huskies may not be ranked in the top six. Some people question if they should have begin there to begin with, as they played a cupcake schedule early on.
The Trojans (7-3) had 21 first downs compared to the Huskies 13. USC had 403 yards and Washington (9-1) had 276.
USC has won the past two games in this series, as they also won last year’s game 17-12.
With 58 seconds remaining, Browning stepped out of bounds in the end zone. The play was ruled a safety.
Sam Darold, who had 287 yards with two touchdowns and two interceptions, threw an eight-yard touchdown to Daniel Imatorbhebhe. The Trojans went up 24-13 on the play.
Washington only scored once in the second half. Browning, who had 259 yards with a touchdown and two interceptions, hit John Ross for a 70-yard touchdown in the third.
The Trojans led 17-6 at halftime. Darnold hit Darreus Rogers for a 13-yard touchdown reception. Ronald Jones also scored on a four-yard rushing touchdown.
Trojans kicker Matt Boermeester made a 38-yard field goal.
Washington kicker Cameron Van Winkle made two field goals. He first made a 43-yard field goal. Then, he added a 39-yard field goal.
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