The Arizona State Sun Devils are tied with USC Trojans, 14-14, after one half of play on Saturday in Los Angeles. A wild first fifteen minutes continued into the second as both teams turned the ball over on their first possessions of the quarter. The turnovers made it four-straight turnovers combined for both teams and five overall.
ASU quarterback Taylor Kelly began the second with an interception, but his wasn't nearly as costly as the one thrown by Matt Barkley. Alden Darby picked off the USC quarterback on the ensuing drive and took the ball back 70 yards for a go-ahead touchdown.
The interception was Barkley's second of the day. The Trojans also gave the ball away on a fumble by wide receiver Marqise Lee that led to ASU's first score.
The Trojans came back to tie the game on their final drive of the half. Barkley hit Lee multiple times to move the ball down the field, and the drive was capped by a 4-yard touchdown catch by Xavier Grimble.
USC will get the ball to start the second half.