USC vs. Arizona State NCAA Football Week 5 Odds

USC vs. Arizona State College Football Betting

USC Trojans College Football Betting

The USC Trojans host the Arizona State Sun Devils on Saturday night in a game that can be seen on ESPN. The Trojans struggled last week and were fortunate to get past Oregon State, while the Sun Devils are in complete disarray. USC is 4-0 SU and 3-1 ATS, while Arizona State is 1-3 SU and 1-3 ATS. This game looks to be a complete mismatch and it should be a big win for the Trojans. USC has won six of the last ten in this series, but the Sun Devils beat the Trojans last season, winning 31-16 at home. USC has won 8 of the last 10 meetings at the Coliseum against ASU, but the Trojans are just 5-5 ATS. The Trojans are listed as a big home favorite in Week 5 college football odds.

NCAA Football Week 5 Betting Odds

Arizona State Sun Devils +25

USC Trojans -25

USC Trojans Weekly Matchup

On Saturday, October 1, 2022, the Arizona State Sun Devils visit the USC Trojans at Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum in Los Angeles, California, Kickoff time is set for 10:30 p.m. ET with television coverage on ESPN.

Arizona State is scoring just 22.8 points and averaging 348 yards per game. They are giving up 25.3 points and 379.5 yards per game. Xazavian Valladay leads the team with 391 rushing yards, Emory Jones has thrown for 818 yards, while Elijhah Badger has 293 receiving yards.

USC had been scoring a lot of points under head coach Lincoln Riley. They scored 66 against Rice, 41 against Stanford, 45 against Fresno State but just 17 against Oregon State. USC is averaging 42.3 points and putting up 479.8 yards per contest. They are giving up 18.3 points and 365.5 yards per game. Travis Dye leads the team with 360 rushing yards, Caleb Williams has thrown for 1,054 yards, while Jordan Addison has 337 receiving yards.

As noted earlier, USC has won six of the last ten against ASU, but they are just 5-5 ATS. Six of those ten went over the total. The Trojans have won 8 of the last 10 at home in the series but they are just 5-5 ATS with seven of the ten going under the total.

USC Trojans Weekly Recap

USC survived the upset bid by Oregon State to defeat the Beavers 17-14 last week. The difference in the game was a late touchdown pass from Caleb Williams to Jordan Addison. The defense for USC came up huge, as they tallied four interceptions.

Travis Dye's 7-yard touchdown rush early in the fourth quarter was the Trojans' first TD after averaging 50.7 points through their first three games. The touchdown gave USC their first lead in the defensive struggle. Dye had 19 carries for 133 yards.

Deshaun Fenwick's second-quarter 4-yard touchdown run gave Oregon State a 7-3 lead, which they subsequently held onto for much of the game with a valiant defensive effort. Williams, who entered Saturday having completed more than 74 percent of his pass attempts for the season, was held to 16-of-36 passing for 180 yards by the Beavers.

Williams escaped possible sacks with his agility while being under consistent pressure from an aggressive Oregon State blitz for the majority of the game. Williams only gained 27 total yards while carrying the ball, but he delivered when it counted. On USC's game-winning drive, his fourth-and-6 run was the biggest play of all.

Following an 18-yard touchdown run by Jam Griffin, which was set up after the Oregon State defense forced a punt from deep in the USC end zone, the Trojans were down 14-10. Short field position was soon taken advantage of by the Beavers for the score.

The game came down to a final drive from USC and on the fourth down play, Williams eluded potential tacklers and received assistance as his blockers forced him through for a first down. The pivotal play prolonged the drive, which culminated with Williams' 21-yard pass to Addison.

Oregon State quarterback Chance Nolan was intercepted by Max Williams on the next drive, and USC got the win. USC improved upon their season-long plus-10 turnover margin, which was the best in the country. The Trojans nearly had their first turnover of the year when Dye fumbled carrying out of the Trojans' end zone but Bobby Haskins' recovery just beyond the goal line saved the Trojans.

2022 USC Trojans Schedule

Sep 3 vs. Rice W 66-14 1-0
Sep 10 at Stanford W 41-28 2-0
Sep 17 vs. Fresno State W 45-17 3-0
Sep 24 at Oregon State W 17-14 4-0
Oct 1 vs. Arizona State - -
Oct 8 vs. Washington State - -
Oct 15 at Utah - -
Oct 22 OFF
Oct 29 at Arizona - -
Nov 5 vs. California - -
Nov 11 vs. Colorado - -
Nov 19 at UCLA - -
Nov 26 vs. Notre Dame - -
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