USC Vs. Hawaii Odds: Trojans Listed As 42-Point Favorites

The No. 1 ranked USC Trojans are currently 42-point favorites for their season-opener, a home game against the Hawaii Warriors. The line opened with the Trojans as 37-point favorites, but the money being laid down has the spread getting even larger. Updated odds can be found here.

Things aren't expected to be anywhere close to the last meeting between the two teams, a 49-36 victory for USC. The Trojans are 7-0 against the Warriors, and with the team opening the season at home and looking to prove that they deserve their top ranking they're expected to put on quite a performance. Matt Barkley will be leading things. The Heisman Trophy favorite had a 69.1 percent completion rate in 2011, racking up 39 touchdowns and only seven interceptions.

Stick with this StoryStream for more coverage of USC's season-opener against Hawaii. For all things Trojans, Conquest Chronicles has you covered. Pacific Takes is your source for Pac-12 coverage, and SB Nation's college football hub has news from across the NCAA.

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