No one's been able to figure out Oregon's offense this year, and for the Trojans to have a shot, they're going to need great linebacker play.
Oregon's last loss came last November at the hands of USC, so it's safe to say that the No. 4 Ducks will be ready for the Trojans this time around.
A statistical breakdown of the remaining opponents on USC's schedule.
With less than three months before the opening of the 2012 season, WeAreSC takes a preliminary look at the Trojans' schedule.
The 2011 season might have just ended, but it's not too early for USC fans to look at the 2012 schedule.
Probation hasn't killed the Trojans. In fact, after its big win over Oregon Saturday, USC seems like it's just as good as ever.
When trying to figure out the brilliance of the Oregon offense, it's best to look at some different offenses from the past.
With buckets of wins and flashy uniforms, Oregon is becoming heavy recruiting competition for USC.
After being worn down by Oregon the last two years, USC coach Lane Kiffin has made a concerted effort to increase the Trojans' speed and stamina.
USC hasn't been able to keep up with Oregon the past two seasons, giving up a combined 100 points. It will be tough to reverse that trend.
USC played an outstanding game against Washington. But its hard to really focus on that with Oregon on deck.