Sunday, October 10, 2004

USC 23, CAL 17: In what was perhaps the biggest game in the history of the school, CAL dominated everything but the stat that matters the most. Costly mistakes by the special teams, and two late drives stopped inside the Red Zone, were the difference. The closeness of the game was enough to keep CAL's BCS hopes alive, but the Bears now have an unexpected battle shaping up next week at home against a suddenly resurgent UCLA side.


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