USC Routs Notre Dame

By WISE Web Sports

June 18, 2010 Updated Nov 30, 2008 at 12:15 AM EDT

LOS ANGELES (AP) - The outcome of Saturday night's Notre
Dame - Southern California game was decided early. What remains in
doubt is Charlie Weis' job security with the Fighting Irish.
Mark Sanchez passed for 267 yards and two touchdowns, USC's
hard - hitting defense thoroughly dominated Notre Dame, and the
fifth - ranked Trojans rolled to a 38 - 3 victory over the Irish and
their beleaguered coach.
Notre Dame didn't get a first down until the last play of the
third quarter on a 15 - yard run by James Aldridge. The Irish had run
30 plays for 23 yards before Aldridge broke loose, drawing a
derisive cheer from the partisan crowd of 90,689 at the Los Angeles
Coliseum. Notre Dame finished its regular season 6 - 6.

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