The USC Trojans are hoping to keep the Pac-12 undefeated in bowl games as they take on the Nebraska Cornhuskers in the Holiday Bowl.
No. 24 USC has been in and out of the rankings this season as they have had a roller coaster of a season. They finished their regular season solidly with a 49-14 win over Notre Dame after a humiliating loss to UCLA, and their record now stands at 8-4.
The Trojans are hoping to carry momentum into the 2015 season as they take on Nebraska in the Holiday Bowl.
USC quarterback Cody Kessler put on another signature performance with six touchdown passes against Notre Dame, and he now has 36 touchdown passes with four interceptions with 3,505 passing yards and 70.7 percent of his passes completed.
Running back Javorius Allen will also be accounted for by the Cornhuskers defense as he has run for 1,337 rushing yards and nine touchdowns.
Wide receiver Nelson Agholor is sure to reach 100 receptions as he already has 97 with 1,223 receiving yards and 11 touchdowns.
Meanwhile, Nebraska is coming off a 37-34 overtime win against Iowa. Quarterback Tommy Armstrong Jr. threw for four touchdown passes with two interceptions.
Running back Ameer Abdullah looked 100 percent healthy again as he ran for 106 yards on 13 carries, which marked his seventh game with at least 100 rushing yards. He has rushed for a total of 1,523 yards and 18 touchdowns.
The Cornhuskers will be in for a rude awakening against the Trojans though as all of their losses were against ranked teams(Minnesota, Michigan State, Wisconsin). The Trojans have been battle-tested in a superior Pac-12 conference.
The Trojans offense will also be ready to put on a clinic against a defense that allowed 59 points to Wisconsin.
Prediction: USC 35, Nebraska 21View poll on FanMob