October 4, 2009
Trojan defense executes plan
Berkeley, Calif.- USC came into Saturday's game with a plan. The No. 7 Trojans wanted to control Cal's best weapon, and force the Bears to throw.
Hours later in the bowels of Memorial Stadium, USC head coach Pete Carroll's face made it known to everyone watching that it was mission accomplished.
USC limited Cal running back Jahvid Best to just 47 yards and forced the Bears to throw, helping USC walk away with an easy 30-3 win.
"I really, really liked this game today..." Carroll said. "He's their top player. He's the guy who would control the game. I thought we played him great."
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