Stanford vs. USC: 10 Things We Learned in the Trojans' Victory over the Cardinal

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Stanford vs. USC: 10 Things We Learned in the Trojans' Victory over the Cardinal
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Kicker Andre Heidari connected on a 47-yard field goal with 0:19 left to give the USC Trojans a 20-17 victory over the No. 5 Stanford Cardinal at the Coliseum in Los Angeles. 

Quarterback Cody Kessler went 25-of-37 for 288 yards and a touchdown. His ability to extend plays with his legs within the pocket and find open receivers truly helped the offense function well. 

Stanford running back Tyler Gaffney rushed for 158 yards on 24 carries. While Gaffney played well, quarterback Kevin Hogan threw two egregious interceptions in the loss. 

The legend of "Coach O" is also growing every game. Will Ed Orgeron actually become the permanent head man for the Trojans?

Here's 10 things we learned in the USC victory over Stanford.

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