Zach Banner enjoys the rain, but not some dirty play by Notre Dame

Zach Banner talks about the rain, atmosphere and emotions of playing his final game in the Coliseum as well as his thoughts on Adoree' Jackson's big day, another 100-yard rusher and the after-the-whistle plays of Notre Dame defensive lineman Jerry Tillery.

Being from Tacoma, Wash., Zach Banner felt at home when it began raining in his final home game as a USC Trojan. But there was no raining on the Trojans' parade Saturday in a 45-27 win over rival Notre Dame.

"The rain was nice. It was good weather," Banner said. "Everything was good, man. It was just a legendary way to go out as a team and individually, so I couldn't be more happy."

Banner helped clear the way for Ronald Jones II to rush for 134 yards and a touchdown, marking the ninth straight game that a Trojan has rushed for at least 92 yards.

Watch above as Zach Banner talks about that streak, the rain, atmosphere and emotions of playing his final game in the Coliseum as well as his thoughts on Adoree' Jackson's big day and the after-the-whistle plays of Notre Dame defensive lineman Jerry Tillery.

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