The Rams share the Coliseum with the
Four members of the Bills played for USC — receiver
Because of an injury to Sammy Watkins, Woods has stepped into the role of No. 1 receiver and leads the team with 18 catches for 170 yards.
"I've been preparing for this day since I got here," said Woods, who is USC's all-time receptions leader. "It's an opportunity you've just got to capitalize on."
Robey-Coleman has eight tackles, a fumble recovery, a pass knocked down, a tackle for loss, and a touchdown.
Seymour, a sixth-round pick last spring, has four tackles, and he's still wide-eyed at the thought of playing on the same team as Bush.
"We're both grown men, but I still look at him as Heisman Reggie Bush," he said. "It's a blessing."
Thurman, who played cornerback and flanker on John McKay's 1974 national championship team, has fond memories of the Coliseum.
"As a kid growing up in Santa Monica, I remember when the Rams played there, the Trojans played there, the Bruins played there," he said. "You had three teams that all called it their home field.
“I remember my freshman year there, playing UCLA for the right to go to the
An even bigger moment came in Thurman’s rookie season as a cornerback with the
"I got a game ball for that game," he said. "That's my last memory of playing there."