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Catch Boston College game at campus watch party

The festivities begin at 4 p.m. Saturday at Traddie’s and Tommy’s Place

Cody Kessler in Palo Alto
Cody Kessler scrambles against Stanford in September. (Photo/Kirby Lee)

If a road trip back east for USC’s upcoming football game against Boston College would bust your travel budget, USC Athletics has a less-expensive alternative — a free, all-ages watching party on campus.

On Saturday afternoon at Traddie’s and Tommy’s Place, fans can watch the No. 9 Trojans (2-0) take on the Eagles (1-1) in a casual setting with food specials and prize giveaways, including Nike apparel and a chance for a pregame field pass.

The venue is located on the south side of the Ronald Tutor Campus Center; on-campus parking will be available for $10 in Parking Structure 6 at Vermont Avenue and 36th Street.

The festivities begin at 4 p.m., with the kickoff set for 5 p.m.

Coming off a big Pac-12 win against Stanford, USC uses an up-tempo, no huddle offense led by quarterback Cody Kessler (No. 13 on USC’s career passing list), tailback Javorius Allen (the Pac-12’s No. 2 rusher) and wide receiver Nelson Agholor, who set a career high for catches in Palo Alto.

The Trojan defense, which ranks among the nation’s top 15 teams in interceptions, turnover margin and red zone defense, is led by All-American defensive end Leonard Williams, linebacker Hayes Pullard and 2013 Freshman All-American safety Su’a Cravens.

For more information, call (213) 740-4170.

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