By Joey Kaufman
USC was scoreless when it entered the locker room at halftime of its loss at Notre Dame on Saturday. It was only the second time this decade that the Trojans had been held without a point in the first half.
What led to the scoring drought?
One explanation appeared clear enough. The Trojans were held to minus-4 rushing yards, unable to move the ball on the ground against a physical Fighting Irish front seven. USC’s longest run of the first half covered 5 yards.
Most of USC’s coaches credited Notre Dame.
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Source: OC Register