Top wide receivers on display as USC leads ASU 17-15 at halftime


Two of the nation’s top wide receivers are on the field at the same time when the No. 16 USC Trojans host the Arizona State Sun Devils.

Arizona State’s Jaelen Strong won the individual battle against USC’s Nelson Agholor through two quarterback, yet it’s Agholor’s Trojans that hold a 17-15 lead.

Strong was nearly a one-man show for the Sun Devils in the first half. The talented junior wide receiver made caught five passes for 102 yards and both Arizona State touchdowns. The rest of the offense managed 77 yards.

It’s an impressive effort from the wide receiver considering USC claims the nation’s 10th-best passing defense. Prior to Saturday, the Trojans only allowed 155.5 yards per game through the air.

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