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Ten days after spoiling Oregon’s national title hopes, Stanford looks to avoid a letdown on Saturday when the fifth-ranked Cardinal visit USC to face the much-improved Trojans. Stanford has won three straight following a loss at Utah, while USC improved to 4-1 under interim coach Ed Orgeron with a 62-28 rout of California last Saturday. “We handled our business, and Stanford is coming off a big win,” Trojans safety Su’a Cravens said. “We've got momentum rolling. It’s going to be a great game.”
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