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Caleb Williams runs, passes No. 6 USC past Arizona St. 42-25

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Although Caleb Williams and No. 6 Southern California never trailed against Arizona State, the Trojans also couldn’t pull away during a fairly average first half by their newly ambitious standards under coach Lincoln Riley. “It just wasn’t quite us,” Riley said. “Wasn’t quite the edge that we’re used to playing with, and that we expect to play with.” Williams and the Trojans found their edge in the second half, and they used it to slice straight through the Sun Devils on the way to another big win. Williams passed for 348 yards and three touchdowns and rushed for another score, keeping USC unbeaten in Riley’s first season with a 42-25 victory Saturday night.
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LOS ANGELES — Here's what Arizona State interim head coach Shaun Aguano said following ASU's 42-25 loss at No. 6 USC. “I’m not a good loser, I’m disappointed right now. I thought our kids played their hearts out, we need to make sure that we take care of the details. I’m happy with their effort, execution we need to make sure we take care of.”
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No. 6 USC wakes up in time to dump Arizona St., 42-25

Caleb Williams passed for three touchdowns and rushed for another, and No. 6 Southern Cal held off Pac-12 Conference counterpart Arizona State 42-25 Saturday in Los Angeles. The Trojans (5-0, 3-0 Pac-12) faced a stiff challenge from struggling Arizona State, which came in on a three-game losing streak and with losses in five of its last six games against FBS opponents, dating to last season.
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