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Can you name the scores of the Stanford-USC football games from 2002-2011?
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USC blitzed Stanford for seven touchdowns, but Trojan quarterback Carson Palmer complained that they should have scored more
USC's Mike Williams and LenDale White combined for five touchdowns in the first half as USC trounced Stanford
Stanford narrowly missed upsetting No. 1 USC, as the Trojans erased a 28-17 halftime deficit to escape with a win
USC, led by Matt Leinart and Reggie Bush, won their 31st straight game with a 44-point first half
Stanford's 11th straight loss was a pounding at the hands of USC, and Mark Sanchez entered in the fourth quarter to score his first career touchdown
41-point underdog Stanford pulled off the Biggest Upset Ever thanks to two big, late fourth-down conversions and four interceptions by John David Booty
USC scored 28 unanswered points to break a 17-17 halftime tie
Stanford put up the most points ever allowed by USC in romp at the Coliseum
Stanford won on Nate Whitaker's last-second, 30-yard field goal to atone for his missed extra point
Stanford won in triple-overtime on fumble by Curtis McNeal
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