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Stream, lineups, injury reports and broadcast information for September 10, 2022

The USC Trojans meet the Stanford Cardinal in prime time. If you’re wondering how you can watch the action live, you’ve come to the right place.

USC will be broadcast live on network television, a sign of Lincoln Riley’s presence as the new Men of Troy coach. Most of the 2021 season was spent on smaller networks in smaller timeslots. USC played a lot of late-night games because the program didn’t deserve prime-time coverage. This has changed.

Now, however, Trojans must earn their new status. They have to win this game primarily because they’re chasing a Pac-12 championship, but they also have to win this game because if they keep winning, they’ll keep airing in TV slots, instead of being relegated late at night. . Trojans have been put in the spotlight, and now they have to show what they are capable of. A great platform requires a great performance from Caleb Williams, and it requires a strong enough effort from the defense not to hijack the season and its potential.

Here’s all the info you need to watch USC-Stanford.

TV, LIVE STREAM, START TIME FOR USC-STANFORD

September 3, 2022; Stanford, California, USA; Stanford Cardinal center Drake Metcalf (55) lifts wide receiver Mudia Reuben (0) after scoring a fourth quarter touchdown against the Colgate Raiders at Stanford Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Stan Szeto-USA TODAY Sports

Here’s when you should log in to view the game:

ADVERTISERS

Ole Miss coach Lane Kiffin smiles during College GameDay alongside ESPN’s Desmond Howard and Rece Davis on November 13, 2021.

Game advertisers:

ABC will ask Rece Davis to replace Chris Fowler on play-by-play duties. Fowler will lead the US Open women’s singles final on Saturday.

Kirk Herbstreit will provide color commentary.

Holly Rowe will be the supporting reporter.

USC LOS ANGELES FLAGSHIP RADIO BROADCAST

LOS ANGELES – NOVEMBER 25: The USC horse mascot Trojans Traveler rides onto the court during the game against the Notre Dame Fighting Irish at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum on November 25, 2006 in Los Angeles, California. USC won 44-24. (Photo by Stephen Dunn/Getty Images)

From USC Athletics:

Radio coverage in Los Angeles for USC vs. Stanford will air on 790 KABC starting at 2:30 p.m. PT and will feature Pete Arbogast, Shaun Cody, Cody Kessler, Su’a Cravens, Jordan Moore and Jason Schwartz (includes 2-hour pregame and postgame shows).

USC RADIO OUTSIDE LOS ANGELES

January 6, 2018; Boulder, Colorado, USA; General view of the PAC 12 network microphone before the game between the Arizona Wildcats vs the Colorado Buffaloes at the Coors Events Center. Mandatory Credit: Ron Chenoy-USA TODAY Sports

For USC fans who live outside of Los Angeles, the game can be heard on various Trojan Radio Network affiliates:

  • KSZL 12:30 p.m. (Barstow, California)

  • KGU 95.1FM/760AM (Honolulu Hawaii)

  • KSHP 1400AM (Las Vegas, Nevada)

  • KXPS-1010AM (Palm Springs, California)

INJURY REPORT

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA – SEPTEMBER 03: Raleek Brown #14 of the USC Trojans scores a touchdown (Photo by Harry How/Getty Images)

USC Stanford Injury Report:

USC tight end Jude Wolfe is out. Running back Raleek Brown is questionable with an ankle injury. Lincoln Riley hasn’t ruled out the possibility that he could play in this game.

Stanford has a clean injury report.

PLAYERS TO WATCH

Sep 11, 2021; Los Angeles, California, USA; Stanford Cardinal quarterback Tanner McKee (18) carries the ball against the Southern California Trojans in the first half at United Airlines Field at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum. Kirby Lee – USA TODAY Sports

Players to watch:

* Stanford QB Tanner McKee, who beat USC last year and sent Clay Helton packing
* USC QB Caleb Williams, who plays his first primetime ABC game as a USC Trojan
* Stanford running back EJ Smith, whom the USC defense must contain
* Korey Foreman and the rest of the USC defensive line
*Shane Lee
* Eric Gentry – USC linebackers are very busy.
* Austin Jones – USC transfer left Stanford to play for Lincoln Riley.
* Travis Dye – USC transfer moves from Oregon-Stanford rivalry to USC-Stanford rivalry. Stanford upset Dye and Oregon last year, so it’s a revenge game for Dye.

The story originally appeared on Trojans Wire