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USC comes up short in 38-35 loss to Arizona State

LOS ANGELES - There was a punt return for a touchdown, a double pass between two receivers for a score, a flea-flicker for a first down and a third-string quarterback leading the charge. When it was good for USC on Saturday, it had all the magic of a Disney football movie, and Clay Helton's Trojans seemed destined to maintain their stronghold on the venerable old building by any means necessary.

"Whatever it takes," Helton would say.

But in the third quarter, after Tyler Vaughns dropped a sure touchdown

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