Stanford vs. USC: Kickoff Time, TV Coverage, Radio And More

Editor's Note: Check out our story stream coverage of a fantastic Stanford-USC game.

For the second week in a row, the Stanford Cardinal will be tested against a ranked conference foe. After dismantling the Washington Huskies last Saturday, Andrew Luck, Stepfan Taylor and the Cardinal are preparing for the USC Trojans in a primetime showdown. 

Here is all of the coverage you need for game day:

Kickoff: 8:00 p.m. EDT / 5:00 p.m. PDT

Weather Forecast: It should be a perfect night for football in Los Angeles. Temperatures will be right around 70 at kickoff and will hang in the mid-60's throughout the game. No rain is in the forecast.

TV Coverage: ABC will air the game nationally. Brent Musburger will handle the play-by-play duties, Kirk Herbstreit will serve as the analyst and Erin Andrews will report from the sideline.

Radio: Stanford's flagship station, KNBR 1050 AM, will have the game locally, with Dave Flemming (play-by- play), Todd Husak (analyst) and John Platz (sidelines) on the call. The game will be broadcasted on ESPN radio across the country.

Opening Line: Stanford opened as 8-point favorites.

All eyes will be on SoCal tonight and fans should expect a terrific game between two of the better programs in the nation. 

For more on the Stanford Cardinal, check out Rule of Tree.

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