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Osweiler nearly engineers a USC upset

Osweiler nearly engineers a USC upset

With 55,282 in attendance to see the Sun Devils take on the Trojans of USC, the Sun Devils came up just short as USC edged out a 14-9 victory over ASU. It was another heartbreaking loss for the maroon and gold, but this time there was a different quarterback trying to lead ASU to a win.

Unlike most games for the Sun Devils this year, the team came out fired up on both sides of the ball, and although they didn't score in the first quarter, the 0-0 tie strongly favored the confidence of the Devils. Unfortunately for Sun Devil fans though, Danny Sullivan continued to play like he has all year, often times overthrowing his receivers, and turning the ball over as he has of late...

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