Matt Leinart and Su’a Cravens are not happy with the state of USC’s defense entering Week 9.

The Trojans are coming off of back-to-back losses to Notre Dame and Utah. The Fighting Irish put up 48 points — although much of that was aided by turnovers from USC’s offense — while the Utes tied their season high with 34 points in a win over USC.

Leinart shared his frustrations about the defense on Monday, pointing out that the Trojans rank 107th in the country in total defense. The Trojans are giving up over 407 yards per game on average this season.

Cravens, a former all-Pac-12 safety for the Trojans, also expressed his disappointment in this season so far for USC.

USC’s defense ranks 8th in the Pac-12 in yards-per-play-allowed with 5.81. However, things could get worse before they get better. USC still has to face two of the best offenses in the country — Oregon and Washington — before the end of the 2023 season.

USC will go on the road to face Cal in Week 9.