USC has ended a lot of Pac-12 losing streaks this season, and Colorado attempts to become the latest team to get a bounce-back win against the last-place club when it visits the Trojans on Sunday. The fifth-place Buffaloes are coming off an 18-point loss Thursday at second-place UCLA, which stung even more after conference leader Arizona lost to Arizona State a day later. The Trojans, who fell for the 10th time in their last 11 games Thursday, suffered an 83-62 loss on Jan. 18 at Colorado, which halted a two-game slide.When the conference rivals last met, the Buffaloes still were dealing with the shock of losing their most versatile and valuable player, Spencer Dinwiddie, to a season-ending knee injury in their previous game. The win over the Trojans was sandwiched between a pair of two-game losing streaks, but Colorado then began to find its way by winning three straight prior to the loss to the Bruins. Colorado starters Askia Booker and Xavier Johnson, who both are from Los Angeles, have elevated their games in Dinwiddie's absence.TV: 8 p.m. ET, ESPNUABOUT COLORADO (18-7, 7-5 Pac-12): Josh Scott is another member of the Buffaloes who has been on a tear during conference play. He has recorded four of his six 20-point performances in the last seven games, starting with the first meeting with the Trojans in which he finished with 20 and seven rebounds. He'll give up some height to 7-2 center Omar Oraby of USC, but Scott can neutralize that with better footwork. ABOUT USC (10-14, 1-10): The roller-coaster career of senior guard J.T. Terrell took another turn when he played a season-low four minutes Thursday, five days after logging 35 in a loss to UCLA. The Trojans had high hopes for Terrell, the team's top returning scorer (11.7) who recorded 20 points in the season-opening loss at Utah State but has provided few highlights since. After being suspended eight games during non-conference play for academic reasons, he earned his way back into the starting lineup with some solid performances but now seems to be on the outside looking in again.TIP-INS1. Colorado G Xavier Talton is 10-of-14 from 3-point range in the last four games.2. Booker has 31 assists in the last four games, including 12 against UCLA. He became the first Colorado player in six years to reach double figures in that category.3. USC F Byron Wesley is averaging 23.3 points over his last four games to boost his season average to a team-high 17.4.PREDICTION: Colorado 78, USC 67