It was a tough seven days for the Southern California football program. The home opening loss to Washington State wasn’t easy to swallow, and following days were spent absorbing shots from the media, who mercilessly took aim and fired at will.
Only two games into the season, USC found itself in an odd predicament. The program had not suffered a loss in the first two weeks of the season since its 1-1 start in 2001, Which was also the last time a Trojan team was unranked in the month of September.
Troy hadn’t suffered a loss in its home opener since falling 14-7 to Florida State in 1997, and it suddenly lost its grip on Washington State, after more than ten years of dominance over the conference foe.
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