Card Clicks: Experts Like USC to Cover Spread Against Stanford

Can the Cardinal's secondary hang with USC's receivers? Most experts say no.

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Kevin Gemmell and Ted Miller predict the Trojans' passing attack will be too much for the Cardinal secondary. | Stanford Football Blog

Wilner likes USC to cover the 6.5-point spread. | College Hotline

Bud Elliott, too. | SB Nation

All of CBS' "experts" picked the Trojans. | CBS Sports

Drew Terrell's first career return touchdown in last week's game against Duke was supposed to be run to the other side of the field. | SF Chronicle

"It's a little more friendly rivalry, a little more respectful, than it was for the last couple of head coaches," Lane Kiffin said of the Stanford-USC matchup. | Tim Kawakami

Notre Dame AD Jack Swarbrick says the Irish football team will continue to play Stanford, Navy and USC. | AP


Some of the Pac-12 schools organized a Twitter rally for today to put pressure on DirecTV to add the Pac-12 Networks. | Pacific Takes

Austin Meyer scored in overtime to give the Stanford men's soccer team a 2-1 win over San Jose State in the Cardinal's home opener. | GoStanford

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