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USC beats Utah after they let Ronald Jones II run wild

USC beats Utah after they let Ronald Jones II run wild

USC running back Ronald Jones II launched himself into the air, flipped forward over Utah safety Marquise Blair with a neat half-twist, and came down in the end zone, cradling the ball in his right hand as he landed on his right leg and thigh. The crowd at the Coliseum roared its approval, even though he didn’t stick the landing of his vault. “Not even close,” he said laughing.

But he did score the touchdown that held up as the difference in USC’s nerve-jangling 28-27 victory over the Utes, so his form mattered less than the fact that the Trojans (6-1, 4-1 in the Pac-12 Conference) held on to avenge a defeat that had kept them out of the conference championship game last...

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