USC safety Dion Bailey grabbed his second interception of the season in the Trojans 10-7 loss to Washington State on Saturday. Despite the pick and leading his team in tackles, Bailey was more than disappointed over the outcome.
USC safety Dion Bailey was visibly upset after the Trojans' 10-7 loss Saturday night to Washington State.
Bailey picked off Cougar quarterback Connor Halliday for his second interception of the season. He led the Trojans defense with 10 tackles, one for a loss.
Despite holding WSU to just a field goal, Bailey said the difference in the game was the Cougars' defense "outplaying" the Trojans' defense.
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