Who Won the USC vs. Kansas Game?

The USC Trojans won the game against the Kansas Jayhawks with a score of 24-17.

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USC’s Defense

The Trojan’s defense was strong against the Jayhawks, only allowing seven points in the entire game. They were able to do this through a combination of a great pass rush and good coverage by the defensive backs.

The Score

The Score: USC 41, Kansas 31

The story of the game was told in the score, as USC’s defense stifled Kansas’ offense in the second half to come away with a 41-31 victory. USC’s offense also put up a strong performance, led by quarterback Sam Darnold, who threw for 316 yards and four touchdowns.

It was a back-and-forth affair in the first half, with both teams exchanging leads. USC took a 21-14 lead into halftime, but Kansas came out strong in the second half and took a 28-27 lead midway through the third quarter.

However, USC’s defense tightened up and didn’t allow another point, while the Trojans’ offense scored two touchdowns to seal the victory.

The Highlights

In a battle of two of the nation’s best defenses, it was the USC Trojans who came out on top, defeating the Kansas Jayhawks by a final score of 24-17.

In a defensive struggle for much of the game, it was the Trojans who were able to come up with big stops when they needed them, including a goal line stand in the fourth quarter to preserve their lead.

Offensively, USC was led by quarterback Sam Darnold, who threw for 316 yards and two touchdowns. Wide receiver Deontay Burnett caught eight passes for 164 yards and a touchdown in the win.

With the win, USC improves to 5-1 on the season and will next take on Oregon on November 4th.

Kansas’ Offense

In a victory over the USC Jayhawks, the Kansas offense was clicking on all cylinders. The Jayhawks racked up 43 points and 537 yards of total offense. It was a complete team effort, with the running game and the passing game both contributing. Here’s a look at how the Kansas offense was able to succeed.

The Score

The USC Trojans defeated the Kansas Jayhawks in the 2014 NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament by a score of 87-85.

The Highlights

The Jayhawks’ offense struggled mightily against the stingy USC defense, but Kansas did just enough to squeak out a 24-17 victory in front of a sold-out Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum.

Kansas was held to only 276 yards of offense, but two key plays in the fourth quarter helped the Jayhawks come away with the win.

First, after USC had taken a 17-14 lead, Kansas quarterback Montell Cozart found wide receiver Steven Sims Jr. for a 38-yard touchdown pass to give the Jayhawks the lead back at 21-17.

Then, on USC’s ensuing drive, Kansas safety Fish Smithson made a game-saving interception in the end zone to preserve the victory.

USC’s Offense

USC’s offense was clicking on all cylinders against a tough Kansas defense. The Trojans racked up 5 touchdown, with quarterback Sam Darnold throwing for over 300 yards. Running back Ronald Jones II also had a big day, rushing for over 100 yards and 2 touchdowns. USC’s offense was simply too much for the Jayhawks to handle.

The Score

The USC Trojans offense was too much for the Kansas Jayhawks, as they won 42-17. The Trojans offense scored touchdowns on their first five possessions, as they jumped out to a 35-0 lead. The Jayhawks offense could not get anything going against the USC defense, as they struggled to move the ball all game long.

The Highlights

On Saturday, the USC Trojans took on the Kansas Jayhawks in their annual game. This year, the Trojans came out on top with a score of 28-14.

The USC offense was led by quarterback Sam Darnold, who threw for289 yards and two touchdowns. running back Ronald Jones II had a great game as well, rushing for186 yards and a touchdown.

The Jayhawks were able to keep it close in the first half, but the USC defense held them scoreless in the second half. Linebacker Uchenna Nwosu was a big part of that, finishing with five tackles and two sacks.

It was a big win for USC, and they’ll look to keep it going next week against Oregon State.

Kansas’ Defense

It was a close game, but Kansas came out on top with a final score of 24-17. USC’s offense looked good at times, but they couldn’t get past Kansas’ defense. That’s what won Kansas the game.

The Score

The USC Trojans won the game against the Kansas Jayhawks with a score of 24-17. This was a close game, but the Trojans were able to pull ahead in the end and secure the victory.

The Highlights

The Jayhawks put together one of their best defensive performances in years, shutting down USC’s high-powered offense. Kansas did a great job of forcing turnovers and getting stops when they needed them. The final score was Kansas 27, USC 21.

The Game Ball

After the game, head coach Bill Snyder gave the game ball to USC defensive end Devon Kennard, who was named the Defensive Lineman of the Year by the Trojan coaches. Kennard had two sacks and four tackles for loss in the game.

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