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No. 5 USC capitalizes on miscues to beat Cal
(TSX / STATS) -- BERKELEY, Calif. -- USC took advantage of six California turnovers as the fifth-ranked Trojans broke away from a halftime tie to defeat California 30-20 on Saturday afternoon at Memorial Stadium.
While winning its first road game of the season, USC (4-0, 2-0 Pac-12) won its 13th straight game dating to last season, and beat Cal (3-1, 0-1) for the 14th consecutive time.
The pivotal play of the game occurred early in the fourth quarter when the ball slipped out the hand of Cal quarterback Ross Bowers as he was throwing a pass from just outside his end zone. The ball was caught in the air as a fumble recovery by USC's Uchenna Nwosu at the Cal 3-yard line, leading to Stephen Carr's 2-yard scoring run that gave the Trojans a 23-13 lead.