USC coach Pete Carroll, above, and quarterback Mark Sanchez, below, received rockstar treatment as they entered the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum for Saturday's game against Oregon. When it was over, the Trojans reestablished themselves as a contender for a spot in the Bowl Championship Series title game with a 44-10 victory.
The Ducks charged to a 10-3 lead before the Trojans scored 41 in a row, including a 24-point second quarter.
"This was exactly what we needed to do," Carroll said.
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USC tight end Blake Ayles tries to break free from the grasp of Oregon's Patrick Chung.
Duck coach Mike Bellotti and Trojan tight ends coach Brennan Carroll, Pete's oldest son, patrol the sidelines.
The Spirit of Troy marching ban performs during halftime.
Oregon's LeGarrette Blount looks for yardage. He finished with nine carries for zero yards.
Lisa Leslie and other USC Olympians were honored at halftime.