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Rain could complicate USC's plan against Washington State
Rain could complicate USC's plan against Washington State

The last time USC played on wet turf it did not end well for the Trojans. Rain fell for about 90 minutes before USC's loss at Boston College in the second game of the season. The forecast calls for rain Saturday at Pullman, Wash., where the Trojans will play Washington State at Martin Stadium. USC Coach Steve Sarkisian said Thursday that he learned to navigate a game through misty, wet and "soggy" conditions during five seasons as coach at Washington. Washington State quarterback Connor Halliday, major college football's passing yardage leader, is expected to throw dozens of passes regardless of the weather. But if heavy rain falls during the game, it could...

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