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On this episode of the Peristyle Podcasts hosts Ryan Abraham and Coach Harvey Hyde are back together talking about USC's 42-28 win over Arizona State in Tempe, the first road game for the Trojans this season and the first time Lincoln Riley and company were not comfortably ahead heading into the fourth quarter. Overall Coach Hyde was not impressed with USC's effort in Tempe, especially when the Trojans were coming off a bye week and the Sun Devils had just laid an egg the week before, falling the Fresno State 29-0 at home.
Coach Hyde starts out talking about how surprising that game was to him considering how easily USC handled Stanford at home in the previous game. The Trojans were a five-touchdown favorite and Hyde wanted to see this team come out hungry, chomping at the bit to get back out on the football field after having the week off. He wanted to see this team be prepared and ready to take on a hostile environment and come out of the tunnel showing dominance from the jump.
That didn't happen. Hyde feels that USC didn't coach or play a good game, he thought the offense looked out of sync, Caleb Williams didn't look like he was pleased with what was going on and the defense wasn't physical and tackled poorly.
As usual the guys answer listener questions via email, text message and voicemail to finish up the show.
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