Su'a Cravens, Stanford vs. USC postgame

USC freshman Su'a Cravens made a critical interception as the clock wound down in the fourth quarter of the Trojans' 20-17 win over Stanford...

USC freshman Su'a Cravens continued on the path he's been on all season in the Trojans 20-17 win over Stanford: playmaking.

With under three minutes to play, the game tied at 17, and Stanford quarterback Kevin Hogan attempting to construct a game winning drive, Cravens made a heads up play, interception a Hogan pass that was tipped by USC linebacker Hayes Pullard.

It was Cravens' team-leading fourth interception of the season (tied with Dion Bailey, who also grabbed his fourth interception of the season against Stanford).

Cravens chipped in three tackles in the win.

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