USC falls to Stanford, 27-10, in Pac-12 opener

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USC was no compare for Stanford. 

Christian McCaffrey dazzled and Michael Rector incited on a speed.

The Cardinal degraded a Trojans, 27-10, in a Pac-12 Conference opener Saturday in Palo Alto.  

The Trojans tumble to 1-2 on a season, 0-1 in a Pac-12, and Stanford improves to 2-0 and 1-0.

McCaffrey, final season’s runner-up in Heisman Trophy voting, held a 56-yard pass for a touchdown to set a tinge in a initial entertain and give Stanford a 7-0 lead.

McCaffrey rushed for 165 yards and a touchdown in 30 carries. He held 4 passes for 73 yards and a touchdown.

USC’s Ronald Jones rushed for one yard and a touchdown to make it 17-10, Stanford, in a third quarter. It was USC’s initial touchdown opposite a Power Five competition this season.

But Rector put a diversion out of strech for a Trojans, 27-10, after in a entertain when he took a retreat and rushed 56 yards for a touchdown.

Max Browne finished 18 of 28 passes for 191 yards. Sam Darnold transposed Browne in a final array of a fourth entertain and completed 5 of 7 passes, with an interception.

Stanford’s Ryan Burns finished 9 of 15 passes for 109 yards and a touchdown. He had one pass intercepted by Adoree’ Jackson.

USC’s Clay Helton falls to 1-4 given he was named permanent manager final season.

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