Colorado vs. USC 2012: TV schedule, game time, odds and more

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The Buffaloes have their work cut out against the No. 10 Trojans on Saturday.

The Colorado Buffaloes continue Pac-12 play in Los Angeles on Saturday as they face the No. 10 USC Trojans at the L.A. Coliseum.

After nabbing its only win of the season three weeks ago at Washington State, Colorado is coming off blowout losses at home against UCLA and Arizona State. With quarterback Jordan Webb completing just 56% of his passes, the Buffaloes currently have the No. 103-ranked offense in the country. Colorado's run game averages just over 100 yards per game.

The highly-ranked Trojans return home after two ten-point road wins over Utah and Washington. Quarterback Matt Barkley enjoys talented weapons of Silas Redd at running back, with Marqise Lee and Robert Woods at receiver. But USC's offense is relatively average, ranking 57th nationally, while the defense is holding opponents to 332 yards per game. The top-25 defense averages nearly four sacks per game.

Date/Time: Sat., Oct. 20, 4:00 p.m. MT

TV: Pac-12 Network

Odds: USC by 40.5 points

For more visit Colorado site Ralphie Report, USC site Conquest Chronicles, or Pacific Takes.

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