USC versus Fresno State in the Los Angeles Coliseum. If you’re at least 28 to 30 years old, and you’re a USC football fan, you probably remember the 2005 game against the Bulldogs in the venerable stadium which has hosted two Olympic Games.
Reggie Bush made the memorable cutback run which sealed the Heisman Trophy. USC and Fresno State engaged in a fireworks show which ended after 11 p.m. in Los Angeles. USC took another step toward what it hoped would be a third consecutive national championship, its offense roaring with potency and horsepower at the height of the Pete Carroll era.
This Saturday, we should expect more fireworks. The offenses are really good, the defenses don’t appear to be very good. Caleb Williams versus Jake Haener? Expect the scoreboard to burst during another late-night game between the Men of Troy and the Bulldogs. Get all your game broadcast information below:
TV, LIVE STREAM, START TIME FOR USC-FRESNO STATE
LOS ANGELES – NOVEMBER 19: LenDale White #21 of the USC Trojans carries the ball in for a touchdown against the Fresno State Bulldogs during the first quarter at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum on November 19, 2005 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Jeff Gross/Getty Images)
Here’s when you should tune in to see the game:
Date: September 17, 2022
Time: 10:30 p.m. ET
TV Channel: Fox
Live Stream: fuboTV (watch for free)
Fox Sports will have Noah Eagle (yes, he’s the son of Ian Eagle) and former Oregon coach Mark Helfrich on the call.
USC FLAGSHIP RADIO BROADCAST IN LOS ANGELES
Radio coverage in Los Angeles for USC vs. Fresno State will air on AM 790 KABC, complete with pregame and postgame shows.
USC RADIO OUTSIDE LOS ANGELES
For USC fans who live outside Los Angeles, the game can be heard on various affiliates of the Trojan Radio Network:
KSZL 1230AM (Barstow, Calif.)
KGU 95.1FM/760AM (Honolulu, Hawaii)
KSHP 1400AM (Las Vegas, Nev.)
KXPS 1010AM (Palm Springs, Calif.)
DB Briton Allen (day to day — DTD – Knee injury), PK Garth White (DTD – Undisclosed), DB Adonis Otey (DTD – Undisclosed), OL Jason Rodriguez (DTD – Undisclosed), LB Chris Thompson Jr. (DTD – Undisclosed), DB Joshua Jackson Jr. (DTD – Undisclosed), DL Domani Jackson (DTD – Knee), DL De’jon Benton (DTD – Arm), QB Mo Hasan (Out Indefinitely – Achilles), and TE Jude Wolfe (Out Indefinitely – Foot).
Fresno State has a clean injury report.
PLAYERS TO WATCH
Sep 18, 2021; Pasadena, California, USA; Fresno State Bulldogs quarterback Jake Haener (9) throws against the UCLA Bruins in the third quarter at Rose Bowl. Mandatory Credit: Richard Mackson-USA TODAY Sports
See that photo above? That’s from last September’s Fresno State win on the road in Los Angeles (Pasadena) against UCLA. USC better watch out … and the Trojans better be ready to score 50, because Haener can definitely hang 40 points on the USC defense.