Arizona vs. USC: Lane Kiffin talks Wildcats, Rich Rodriguez

Jayne Kamin-Oncea-US PRESSWIRE

USC head coach Lane Kiffin talks about the upcoming matchup with the Arizona Wildcats and Rich Rodriguez.

The Arizona Wildcats have another formidable task this weekend when they take on the USC Trojans this week. Arizona picked up their first Pac-12 win last week when they beat Washington, and they will be facing a USC team that's trying to kick it into high gear.

The Trojans lost the conference season opener to Stanford, but have won four in a row against Cal, Utah, Washington and Colorado. With their titanic tilt with Oregon coming up in a week-and-a-half, the Trojans have to avoid looking ahead against one of the top offenses in the country.

USC head coach Lane Kiffin was very complimentary of Arizona and what they've managed to do in one season. Kiffin remarked on a few things going into the contest. He said he believes Arizona might be the toughest game for USC going ahead. The Trojans do have to worry about how they plan to contain one of the most explosive offenses in the conference after generally having to deal with the lower-tier offenses in their first five games.

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