USC Vs. Washington: Trojans Blasted In Seattle

USC is 1-8 on the road this season.

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Pac-12 College Basketball Standings: Washington Sweeps UCLA, USC, All Alone In First Place

The Washington Huskies completed a home sweep of the UCLA Bruins and USC Trojans to take sole possession of first place in the Pac-12 Conference. The Huskies were down 10 points to the Bruins with six minutes remaining on Thursday night, but ended the game on a 16-4 run. Washington has won five straight games.

The top three teams in the conference all hit the road next week, so the standings could be even tighter at the close of play next week.

Pac-12 Conference Basketball Standings
Team Conf. Overall This Week Next Week
Washington 9-2 16-7 2-0 at Oregon, at OSU
California 8-3 18-6 1-1 at USC, at UCLA
Colorado 8-3 17-7 2-0 at Arizona, at ASU
Oregon 7-4 16-6 1-1 Washington, WSU
Arizona 7-4 16-8 2-0 Colorado, Utah
Stanford 6-5 16-7 1-1 at UCLA, at USC
UCLA 6-5 13-10 1-1 Stanford, Cal
Oregon State 5-6 15-8 1-1 WSU, Washington
Washington State 4-7 12-11 1-1 at OSU, at Oregon
Arizona State 3-8 7-16 0-2 Utah, Colorado
Utah 2-9 5-18 0-2 at ASU, at Arizona
USC 1-10 6-18 0-2 Cal, Stanford
Through games of February 4

UCLA and USC host the Bay Area schools in Los Angeles next weekend.

For more news and analysis of UCLA hoops, be sure to read Bruins Nation.

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USC Vs. Washington Final Score: Ice Cold Trojans Fall In Seattle 69-41

The teams with the best and worst records in the Pac-12 Conference got together on Saturday night and the results were as expected, as the USC Trojans got blasted by the Washington Huskies 69-41 at Alaska Airlines Arena in Seattle. The loss was the 14th in the last 16 games for the Trojans (6-18, 1-10), who are 0-6 on the road in Pac-12 play this season.

USC was able to slow the game down to their pace for roughly three quarters of the game, as they were reasonably close to the Huskies, down 44-33 with 9:50 remaining. But Washington (16-7, 9-2) put the game away with an 18-0 run over the next six minutes.

Garrett Jackson scored 15 points to lead the Trojans, who shot a season-low 28.8% from the field. Byron Wesley added 12 points and five rebounds for USC.

Tony Wroten led Washington with 13 points, and Terrence Ross added 10 points and 14 rebounds for the Huskies, who dominated down low. Washington outrebounded USC 52-23 and scored 42 points in the paint compared to just 26 for the Trojans.

USC returns home next week to host the Bay Area schools, beginning with a Thursday night battle with Cal.

For more news and notes on USC hoops, be sure to read Conquest Chronicles.

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USC Vs. Washington Game Preview: Game Time, TV Info And More

The USC Trojans have yet to win a road game in Pac-12 Conference play this season, but look to get their first road win of the conference season Saturday night against the first place team in the conference, the Washington Huskies. Here are the details of Saturday night's contest:

Records: USC (6-17, 1-9 in Pac-12); Washington (15-7, 8-2)

Location: Alaska Airlines Arena in Seattle, Washington

Time: 8 p.m. PST

TV: Prime Ticket, with Joel Meyers and Ernie Kent on the call

Home Vs. Road: The Trojans are 1-7 on the road this season; Washington is 12-2 at home

Series History: USC leads the all-time series against Washington 68-66, a series that dates back to 1925. USC is 30-37 all-time in Washington, and has beaten the Huskies in each of their last two trips to Seattle.

Leading Scorers: Maurice Jones, USC (14.2 points per game); freshman guard Tony Wroten, Washington (16.9 ppg).

Top Ten: Sophomore guard Terrence Ross is one of two players in the Pac-12 Conference in the top ten in the conference in both points (15.4 ppg) and rebounds (6.5 rpg).

For more news and notes on USC hoops, be sure to read Conquest Chronicles.

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USC Vs. Washington State Final Score: Trojans Fall 60-53

The USC Trojans hung around Thursday night at Beasley Coliseum in Pullman, Washington, but never got closer than to within four points in the second half, falling to the Washington St. Cougars 60-53. USC suffered its 13th loss in its last 15 games, and fell to 0-5 on the road in the Pac-12.

Brock Motum led the Cougars with 26 points and eight rebounds, as Washington State (12-10, 4-6) won their third straight contest. Washington State is 9-1 at home this season. The Trojans have lost eight of their last nine games at the Palouse.

Greg Allen scored a season-high 17 points to lead USC (6-17, 1-9), and hit five shots from three-point range. Garrett Jackson added 15 points and four rebounds in 29 minutes before fouling out. The Trojans were outrebounded 34-20 on the night, and the Cougars outscored them in the paint, 24 points to 14.

USC next travels to Seattle to face the Washington Huskies on Saturday night.

For more news and notes on USC hoops, be sure to read Conquest Chronicles.

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USC Vs. Washington State: Trojans Look For First Pac-12 Road Win

USC is 1-6 on the road this season.

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