USC Vs. Colorado Game Score: Matt Barkley Ties School Record With Five Touchdown Passes

Matt Barkley threw a 45-yard pass to Robert Woods for a touchdown with 2:23 remaining in the third quarter at Folsom Field in Boulder, giving the USC Trojans a 35-10 lead over the Colorado Buffaloes. For Barkley, it was his fifth touchdown pass of the night, tying the USC school record.

Barkley threw four 195 yards and four touchdowns in the first half as the Trojans built a 28-10 lead. This is the second time this season and fourth time in his USC career that Barkley has thrown five touchdown passes in a game. Barkley has four of the 10 Trojans games with five passing touchdowns.

USC Quarterbacks With 5 Touchdows In A Game
Quarterback Year Opp Result
Rodney Peete 1987 Stanford W, 39-24
Carson Palmer
2002 at Oregon W, 44-33
Matt Leinart
2003 Oregon St.
W, 52-28
Matt Leinart 2004 Notre Dame
W, 41-10
Matt Leinart 2004 Oklahoma W, 55-19
Mark Sanchez
2008 at Washington St.
W, 69-0
Matt Barkley
2010 at Hawaii W, 49-36
Matt Barkley 2010 California W, 48-14
Matt Barkley 2011 Syracuse W, 38-17
Matt Barkley 2011 at Colorado
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Woods and Marqise Lee have combined so far Friday night for 17 catches, 254 yards, and four touchdown catches from Barkley.

For more on the Trojans, head over to Conquest Chronicles.

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