Trojans Headed Back To BCS Bowl Game

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PASADENA, Calif. -- For a few precious minutes, UCLA had visions of a second straight shocking upset over Southern California at the Rose Bowl.
Then, reality set in.
Mark Sanchez passed for 269 yards and two touchdowns, USC's
hard-hitting defense stuffed UCLA at every turn, and the
fifth-ranked Trojans won 28-7 Saturday to give them nine victories
in the last 10 games between the crosstown rivals.
The win assured USC (11-1, 8-1 Pac-10) of an unprecedented
seventh consecutive BCS bid, seven straight 11-win seasons and
seven conference championships in a row. They'll also made a fourth
straight appearance in the Rose Bowl game, where they will meet No.
6 Penn State on New Year's Day.




 
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