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Both USC and Fresno State will bring interesting regular seasons into the 2013 Las Vegas Bowl scheduled for Dec. 21 at Sam Boyd Stadium. While the off-the-field coaching saga has grabbed a lion's share of the headlines for USC, the team's perseverance certainly deserves just as much recognition for a job well done. Marching on despite the early-season dismissal of Lane Kiffin, the Trojans still managed to finish tied for second in the Pac-12 South, secured nine overall wins, most notably of which was a 20-17 victory over Rose Bowl-bound Stanford, and will now be competing in the program's 47th bowl game.
The one-loss Bulldogs are expected to give USC a good fight, and will do so with a sufficient amount of momentum behind them. For starters, Fresno State is coming off a 24-17 win in the first-ever Mountain West Championship Game, and at 11-1, is just one win away from setting a new school season record for victories. Save for just one late loss on the year to San Jose State, the Bulldogs were widely expected to earn a BCS bowl berth, but despite missing out, this year's contest still provides a prime opportunity for the program to make a statement in its final game of the season. Both USC and Fresno State have competed in the Las Vegas Bowl in past years, and, oddly enough, each lost to Utah in the previous appearance. The schools also have met in the postseason via the 1992 Freedom Bowl where the Bulldogs prevailed, 24-7.