Cold-shooting Trojans routed by No. 6 Arizona
TUCSON, Ariz. -- In its first three games after changing coaches, Southern California played everyone close.
Then it faced No. 6 Arizona on Saturday night.
The Trojans shot just 28 percent from the field against the Wildcats' stifling defense in a 74-50 loss that was really more one-sided than that.
"Overall," USC guard J.T. Terrell said, "tonight wasn't our best."
That was a whopper of an understatement.
The Wildcats (17-2, 5-2 Pac-12), coming off a home loss to ...
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