I don't even know who my team is right now. Grown up a UCLA fan (had Hundley as my sig awhile ago if anyone remembers) and my dad's been a season ticket holder for 35 years (I've been to around 50 games at the Rose Bowl)
But, I'm transferring to USC as a junior lol. Bought my student tickets two weeks ago. I'll probably end up a USC fan, but I'm not going to be a UCLA hater.
UCLA: 11-1. I think they will finally beat Stanford at home late in the year, but I see them falling to one of Oregon or ASU, most likely Oregon, they always seem to have trouble slowing them down. @ UW will be a tough game as well, but I see them squeaking that one out.
USC: 10-2. Losses to Stanford and UCLA. Easier schedule than UCLA (no UW or Oregon). I just don't see USC having the depth on both sides of the ball to beat UCLA. And considering the game is Nov 22nd injuries could come into play. If USC's young O-line can gel, they have a chance at beating UCLA running the ball behind their talented backfield. I just don't see Kessler beating UCLA through the air. Also they'll have to be able to get pressure on Hundley I'm not sure they'll be able to do.