Redd on USC being a "proud" team

USC running back Silas Redd says the Trojans are a "proud" team following their win over Oregon State.

USC advanced to 3-0 in Pac-12 play under interim head coach Ed Orgeron on Friday night with an upset over Oregon State. Reser Stadium was a hostile environment filled with chainsaw noise and cheering fans, but the Trojans were able to pull away with a 31-14 win.

On offense it was the running back unit that lead the charge, as all four backs--Silas Redd, Tre Madden, Buck Allen and Ty Isaac--got carries against the Beavers. On top of that, Redd and Allen both rushed for over 100 yards.

Following the win--and their post-game locker room dance party--Redd said the Trojans are a "proud" team, and have learned how to overcome adversity.

The Trojans will go back on the road this weekend to take on Cal on Saturday.

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