Who Won the Kansas USC Game?

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

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USC’s Win

The USC Trojans won the game against the Kansas Jayhawks with a score of 24-17. This was a huge win for the Trojans, and they are now 3-0 in the season. The Jayhawks put up a good fight, but in the end, the Trojans were just too strong.

USC’s dominant performance

USC Trojans defeated the Kansas Jayhawks in a dominant performance, winning 85-51. The Jayhawks struggled to keep up with the Trojans, who were led by their strong defense and balanced scoring attack. USC never trailed in the game and held Kansas to just 51 points, which is the Jayhawks’ lowest point total of the season. The Trojans now move to 6-0 on the season, while Kansas falls to 1-5.

USC’s impressive come-from-behind victory

It was an impressive come-from-behind victory for USC, who won the game 36-30. USC was down by 14 points in the first half, but they battled back and took the lead in the second half. This was a great win for USC, and it will surely help their chances of making the playoffs.

Kansas’ Loss

It was a close game, but in the end, USC pulled ahead and won against Kansas. Some people are attributing Kansas’ loss to the fact that they don’t have a good enough team this year. Others are saying that USC was just the better team.

Kansas’ poor defensive showing

USC quarterback Sam Darnold picked apart the Jayhawks’ defense, completing passes of 49, 28 and 21 yards on the first three Trojan drives. The 21-yard touchdown to Deontay Burnett midway through the first quarter put USC up 7-0, and they never looked back.

Kansas’ struggles on offense

The Jayhawks’ struggles on offense continued in their game against the USC Trojans. USC’s defense was able to keep Kansas’ offense from getting into any sort of rhythm, and the Jayhawks ultimately fell to the Trojans by a score of 24-7.

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