menu-toggle Created with Sketch.
Live

USC vs. UCLA Prediction Roundtable – What’s Going To Happen

Embed
<iframe src="https://campusinsiders.com/videos/V0ODJvNzE6r-ypjcj5XPIPccG7CDICub/?video-embed=1" width="640" height="360" style="border:0"></iframe>

USC vs. UCLA prediction roundtable with the Campus Insiders staff. Breaking down what will happen during Saturday’s game between the Trojans and Bruins.


Jeff Bartl

Sam Darnold and the Trojans are on a roll, and there’s no reason to believe this UCLA team will be able to slow them down. If USC can steamroll Washington, the Bruins will certainly be a cakewalk. Darnold passes for 350 yards and four touchdowns, and the Trojans win big.

Robert Judin

This game would be a lot more entertaining if Josh Rosen could play. He and Sam Darnold are two of the young guns already taking the Pac-12 by storm — really, all of college football — and it’s a shame fans won’t get to witness them duel. Nevertheless, Darnold is going to sling the rock for at least 300 yards and three touchdowns. He’ll find JuJu Smith-Schuster for two of those touchdowns, and the Trojans stave off a late comeback attempt by UCLA to take the win.

Dave Miller

Trojans signal-caller Sam Darnold should face a little resistance against a Bruins defense that is No. 26 in the country in passing yards allowed at 195.8 yards per game. Look for a balanced offensive attack, though, which means Ronald Jones II will be able to move the chains along with Darnold to keep drives alive. Bruins quarterback Mike Fafaul will find some success through the air, but Clancy Pendergast’s defense will provide a ferocious second-half pass rush that will be too much for the Bruins’ offense to handle.

Brian Stultz

The Battle of Los Angeles takes place an hour away in Pasadena, and that’s only if traffic is light. I have little else to say about this game beyond that. USC is peaking and coming off a major upset against Washington; UCLA snapped a four-game losing streak last week. The Trojans win.

MORE: 1-128 College Football Rankings – Week 12

Related Posts

Featured

  • College Football
  • December 4, 2016
  • Campus Insiders

Final Top 25 College Football Playoff Rankings For 2016

The final Top 25 College Football Playoff Rankings for 2016 have been released, and the four teams in are No. 1 Alabama, No. 2 Clemson, No. 3 Ohio State and No. 4 Washington.

Live Events

All times are Eastern Time Zone.

Live Schedule

All times are Eastern Time Zone.
Clear Filters
Monday, December 5, 2016
TimeET Title Category Network
12:00 pm Mountain West Network
7:00 pm Basketball (W) Patriot League Network
9:00 pm Basketball (M) Mountain West Network
10:00 pm Basketball (M) TheW.TV
10:00 pm Basketball (M) TheW.TV
Tuesday, December 6, 2016
TimeET Title Category Network
7:00 pm
Bryant at Navy
Basketball (M)
Basketball (M) Patriot League Network
7:30 pm Basketball (M) Patriot League Network
9:00 pm Basketball (M) Mountain West Network
9:00 pm Basketball (W) TheW.TV
9:00 pm Basketball (W) Mountain West Network
9:30 pm
Utah at Nevada
Basketball (W)
Basketball (W) Mountain West Network
11:00 pm Basketball (M) TheW.TV
11:15 pm Basketball (W) Mountain West Network
Wednesday, December 7, 2016
TimeET Title Category Network
12:00 am Ice Hockey (W) Patriot League Network
7:00 pm Basketball (W) Patriot League Network
7:00 pm Basketball (W) Patriot League Network
7:00 pm Basketball (W) Patriot League Network
7:00 pm
Goucher at Navy
Basketball (W)
Basketball (W) Patriot League Network
7:00 pm Basketball (M) Patriot League Network
7:00 pm Basketball (W) Patriot League Network
7:00 pm Basketball (M) Patriot League Network
7:30 pm Basketball (M) Patriot League Network
9:00 pm Basketball (M) Mountain West Network
10:00 pm Basketball (M) TheW.TV
11:15 pm Basketball (M) Mountain West Network
Thursday, December 8, 2016
TimeET Title Category Network
7:00 pm
Towson at Colgate
Basketball (W)
Basketball (W) Patriot League Network
7:00 pm
Rider at Lehigh
Basketball (W)
Basketball (W) Patriot League Network
7:00 pm Basketball (M) TheW.TV
9:00 pm Basketball (W) TheW.TV
10:00 pm Basketball (M) TheW.TV
Friday, December 9, 2016
TimeET Title Category Network
3:00 pm Basketball (W) Mountain West Network
5:00 pm Patriot League Network
7:00 pm
Columbia at Navy
Basketball (M)
Basketball (M) Patriot League Network
7:00 pm Ice Hockey (W) Patriot League Network
7:00 pm Wrestling Patriot League Network
8:30 pm
Idaho at Wyoming
Basketball (W)
Basketball (W) Mountain West Network
Saturday, December 10, 2016
TimeET Title Category Network
12:00 pm
Denver at Air Force
Basketball (M)
Basketball (M) Mountain West Network
1:00 pm Basketball (W) Patriot League Network
2:00 pm Basketball (M) Patriot League Network
2:00 pm
Albany at Colgate
Basketball (M)
Basketball (M) Patriot League Network
3:00 pm Ice Hockey (W) Patriot League Network
4:00 pm Basketball (W) Patriot League Network
4:00 pm Basketball (W) Mountain West Network
5:00 pm Basketball (M) Mountain West Network
5:00 pm Basketball (M) TheW.TV
5:00 pm
Nevada at San Diego
Basketball (W)
Basketball (W) TheW.TV
6:00 pm
Montana at Wyoming
Basketball (M)
Basketball (M) Mountain West Network
7:00 pm Basketball (W) TheW.TV
7:15 pm Basketball (M) Mountain West Network
8:00 pm Basketball (W) TheW.TV
8:00 pm Basketball (M) TheW.TV
10:30 pm
Rider at Pacific
Basketball (M)
Basketball (M) TheW.TV
Sunday, December 11, 2016
TimeET Title Category Network
1:05 pm Basketball (M) Patriot League Network
2:00 pm Wrestling Patriot League Network
2:00 pm Basketball (M) Patriot League Network
3:00 pm Basketball (W) TheW.TV
4:00 pm
UTEP at New Mexico
Basketball (W)
Basketball (W) Mountain West Network
6:15 pm Basketball (W) Mountain West Network

Popular Posts

  • College Football
  • December 4, 2016
  • Rich Cirminiello

Heisman Watch: Top 10 Players Of 2016 Regular Season

A Heisman watch looking at the top 10 players at the conclusion of college football’s regular season. Clemson QB Deshaun Watson narrowed the gap on Louisville’s Lamar Jackson by accounting for five scores in the ACC Championship Game.