Waning interest: USC fans were scarce at The Coliseum during Saturday's loss to Stanford
The B1G is known for its packed stadiums, marching bands, and the traditions that make college football great.
Through thick and thin, most B1G fanbases show up for their team and usually stay no matter the final score.
That is not the case across the country; the Coliseum was empty with a few minutes left in the USC Stanford game.
Here is the Coliseum with three minutes left in the game: pic.twitter.com/gLzL2UcCsk
— Keely Eure (@keelyismyname) September 12, 2021
Stanford upset the 15th ranked Trojans on the road 42-28; The Cardinal were a 17-point underdog coming into last nights’ game.
In a neutral site game, the Cardinal came off a 24-7 loss against the K-State Wildcats.
USC head coach Clay Helton was squarely on the hot seat this season, and with a loss as a 17 point favorite at home against an unranked Stanford squad, the chair just got a lot hotter under Helton.
The Trojans play 4 AP Top-25 opponents this season.
The Trojans go on the road to face Pac-12 opponent the Washington State Cougars at 3:30 ET on FOX next Saturday.
The Cardinal are on the road against SEC opponent the Vanderbilt Commodores at 8:00 ET on ESPNU.