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USC 20, Stanford 17, "Fight On" 55 (Final)

A tough fourth quarter for No. 8

Two fourth-quarter interceptions made the difference, and a last-second field goal proved the difference between Stanford and USC at the Coliseum. This time, however, it was USC with the winning kick, and their fans stormed the field with a 20-17 victory, their first over Stanford in five tries.

Follow @TheBootleg Stanford's offense brings out the whooping stick as we start the fourth. The Cardinal start at their own 15 and six plays later are to the USC 5. Kevin Hogan keeping for nine on a beautiful zone read was the personal highlight, but Montgomery caught for 12 and Rector had a 28-yard catch and run down the left sideline. Then, of course, the goal-line play-calling took over... Recommended Stories

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