TV, radio and live broadcast information

We are interrupting this search for coaches to present a football match. It’s such an odd line to write, but it perfectly captures the mood among USC football fans. This Saturday’s game against Brigham Young University isn’t particularly big in the bigger picture. Looking for coaching is what really matters right now.

Of course, USC could still become eligible for a bowl if they beat BYU and then Cal to end the season and finish with a 6-6 record, but the program’s status and position will not change significantly if the Trojans get an offer. at the Jimmy Kimmel LA Bowl. What matters is that Mike Bohn seals the deal and brings a quality coach to Heritage Hall, most likely Matt Campbell from Iowa State. Industry insiders feel Campbell is in a position to accept or decline a job offer before other applicants, including Baylor head coach Dave Aranda. The Iowa State regular season is over, unlike Baylor’s. This detail could mean more than we previously thought to shape research.

Ultimately, however, Campbell has to say yes to Mike Bohn if the job is offered to him. We don’t know for sure if he will. We have to let that play out. Meanwhile, USC will play its home final against BYU. It’s an “oh by the way” event, which is – again – such a strange thing to say about a USC football game.

However, it is quite true.

Here is the media information about the game, and how you can follow it:


Saturday November 27 – Los Angeles Coliseum

Television: ESPN

ADVERTISERS: Dave Flemming (play-by-play), Rod Gilmore (color commentary), Stormy Buonantony (reporter)

RADIO: KABC 790 AM in Los Angeles (USC Lighthouse), KSL 1160 AM in Salt Lake City (BYU broadcast)

Live broadcast: fuboTV (free try)

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