5 key numbers from USC football’s loss to UCLA

Here are five key numbers from USC’s 62-33 loss to UCLA:


That’s how many points USC is giving up per game, which, along with the Trojans’ 417.7 yards surrendered per game, is on pace to be USC’s all-time record.


That’s how many yards UCLA gained per passing attempt. Yes, attempt, not even completion. The number goes up to 21.8 per completion.


That’s how many rushing yards USC is giving up per game after allowing the Bruins to run for 260 yards.


That was the Bruins’ third-down conversion rate on Saturday, moving the chains on six of nine attempts. UCLA’s nine third-down attempts compared to USC’s 19 show how much easier it was for the Bruins to move the ball than USC.


That’s how many tackles for loss the USC offense surrendered to a team that averages 4.5 per game.

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