We'll have more coverage looking back at USC's 48-41 win over Arizona on Sunday and Monday, but this will be for it tonight. Mark Saxon looked at the Trojans' potential for success if Matt Barkley stays for his senior year, and we also covered Marqise Lee's official breakout game and the Trojans' positive turnover margin. We also had the story on the record-breaking night for Barkley, the peculiar sideline interference call, video of Lane Kiffin's postgame news conference and our postgame grades on the blog.
In the meantime, here are video interviews with two of the most important people from Saturday's game to tide you over until Sunday.
Receiver Robert Woods' 14-catch, 255-yard performance was a bit overshadowed in the aftermath of the win over the Wildcats because of Barkley's record-breaking game, but it was Woods who looked for much of the game like he'd be setting new records.
He ended up coming just six yards short of besting R. Jay Soward's all-time school record for receiving yards. And Woods is now just 10 catches and 45 yards away from tying his own numbers from his freshman season. He has already tied his TD total with six. See what the sophomore standout had to say after the game:
On the other side, Arizona quarterback Nick Foles had a remarkable game of his own, throwing the ball 53 times (with 41 completions) for 425 yards and four touchdowns. Nine Wildcat receivers caught at least three passes. See what the senior signal-caller said after the game, Arizona's fourth-straight loss: