USC Vs. Stanford: Start Time, TV Coverage, Radio And More

This is a huge game for the USC Trojans and Stanford Cardinal. Should Matt Barkley's Trojans come away with a victory, they would upset Andrew Luck and the Cardinal's hopes for a national championship and could potentially knock them out of the Pac-12 championship game in December.

Should Stanford win on the road this weekend, it would only boost their resumé going forward and would allow the team to control their own destiny in conference play. Luck and Co. just dismantled a good Washington Huskies team and will be looking to do the same on Saturday night.

Here is all of the game day coverage you need:

Kickoff: 5:00 p.m. PDT

TV Coverage: ABC will air the game nationally. Brent Musburger will handle the play-by-play duties, Kirk Herbstreit will serve as the analyst and Erin Andrews will report from the sideline. 

Radio: 710 ESPN Radio (KSPN-AM) will carry the game locally. The game will be broadcasted on ESPN radio across the country.

Weather Forecast: Expect a great night football in Los Angeles. Temperatures will be in the lower-70's at kickoff and will hang in the mid-60's throughout the game. No rain nor clouds are in the forecast.

Opening Line: USC enters as 8-point underdogs.

This should be a great game, folks. Get your popcorn ready.

For more on the Trojans, check out Conquest Chronicles.

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