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On this latest edition of Tunnel Vision USCFootball.com's Ryan Abraham, Jack Smith and Connor Morrissette (aka Triple-Double) are back in studio breaking down the Trojans near collapse in Boulder, a 48-41 win over Colorado where USC's 27 point lead got wiped away by Shedeur Sanders and the Buffaloes offense.
The USC defense actually looked good early on in the game, limiting most of Sanders' passes to underneath routes and forcing the Buffs to methodically move the chains. But towards the end of the first half Sanders orchestrated another slow and effective drive that was capped it off with his 25-yard touchdown run up the middle, making the score a much more respectable 34-14 at halftime and giving Colorado some desperately needed momentum.
The Trojans struck first in the second half and at 41-14 halfway through the third quarter the game seemed out of reach, but Colorado scored touchdowns on 4 of its last 5 possessions and USC failed to score in the fourth quarter. What should have been a blowout ended up being an onsides kick away from a Cotton Bowl level implosion in Boulder.
Make sure you check out USCFootball.com for complete coverage of this USC Trojan football team.
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