Trojans Bash Beavers USC ties last season's win total in a strong effort against Oregon State.

Fresh off the first road sweep of head coach Andy Enfield's tenure, USC returned to the Galen Center and completed its first season sweep of Oregon State since 2008.

The 92-66 win catapulted USC to 21-4 on the season.

Shaqquan Aaron, who led all scorers in USC's last home game (a win over UCLA), set the pace once again with 21 points. The Louisville transfer, who sat out last season, went 7-for-10, including 5-for-6 from downtown.

I'm getting used to the flow of the game because, at the beginning of the season, I hadn't played college basketball for a while. I'm just letting the game come to me. — SHAQQUAN AARon

Bennie Boatwright has gotten back into the flow easily after missing 15 games with a knee injury season.

In his three games since returning, he's averaged 17.3 PPG. He scored 16 last night and made all 9 of his free throw attempts.

Elijah Stewart and Chimezie Metu also scored in double figures for the Trojans, who put up their most points in a conference game since beating UCLA, 95-71, in last year's Pac-12 Tournament.

Watch the highlights of the big win!

The Trojans have now won five straight games — tied with Cal for the longest streak in the Pac-12.

It's the longest regular-season conference win streak for USC since 2002.

Up next for the Trojans is a rematch with No. 5 Oregon, who fell to UCLA last night at Pauley Pavilion.

The 7:30 p.m. game on Saturday will be Social Media Night, where fans can participate in social contests and win prizes!

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