Notre Dame heads to Los Angeles at 7-4, and a loss to USC would leave the Irish with their worst regular-season record since Brian Kelly's first year in South Bend.
As Notre Dame enters its second bye week in the 2014 season, let's take a look at how each position has fared so far:
SOUTH BEND, Ind. -- Notre Dame blew up its offensive line during the bye week and could move forward with a different mix of players up front.
Against Rice, Notre Dame scored with five seconds remaining in the first half. Michigan coughed up a touchdown to the Irish a week later with 34 seconds left until halftime.