USC football quarterback Kedon Slovis. (Christian Petersen/Getty Images)
USC football made it through Week 2 of their COVID-adjusted season with a 34-30 win over Arizona.
It wasn’t the blowout oddsmakers predicted or the Trojans undoubtedly hoped for.
Aside from the obvious citation of “a win is a win” what were the takeaways from Tucson?
Kedon Slovis is a fourth-quarter monster
Move over Sam Darnold, USC has a new fourth-quarter maestro. Kedon Slovis simply comes alive when the game is on the line.
Against Arizona, the sophomore completed 13-of-15 passes for 145 yards and a touchdown.