Trojans hope not to get bitten by underdog
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#1 Oct 11, 2008
Scott, interesting that you choose to bring up Stanford again.
could it be that with a qb with a broker finger, with an offensive line without several key players and a defensive backfield playing at least one third string player that it was too much to overcome
I wonder if you had to write your reports without 5 or 6 keys working on your key board, do you think the outcome would be something you would want some ninny who is always watching you to keep bringing up?
Just a thought for your nerdy mind to consider
#2 Oct 11, 2008
As a trojan fan...i feel like the first two possessions are going to be key. Then we as fans can get a feel of how things are going to be. If we come out flat, that opens the door up for any pac-10 school. If we take care of business the first couple drives, then we should be alright. My heart says (USC 49-14)...but my gut says(28-17). GO TROJANS!!!(Give McKnight another shot at punt returner...haha...NOT!!!)
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