The Latest Line

USC is a 3.5-point underdog to Stanford. The line opened with Stanford a 6-point favorite.

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20 thoughts on “The Latest Line

  1. This game will dictate how the season will go. Will they actually run power football or will they still play that candy ass offense that can’t get a first down or td when the game is on the line? I say the soft serve o line will get blown up for 5 sacks and 4 penalties. I say that the offensive coordinator stooge won’t run a fullback when they are on the goal line and will have to settle for a field goal. Twice in the UNLV game the cb tackled the SC rb for no gain. If a fb was there to block, that play goes for 10 yards each time.

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    1. Got cuff off. Not just here but just about everywhere. Coaches are trying to get their fastest and most athletic players on the field. Fullbacks do t fit that mold.

      I agree a fullback would’ve been great for short yardage, we just don’t have any. So instead we spread them out. It’s still the same principle, our guys up front will beat yours. If a fullback is added, the defense removes a nickel and puts in another lineman or big backer.

      But I do get where you are coming from.

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      1. At fight on LB. he is just our big back, he is not a fullback. No way he would come here to be a lead blocker. But everyone is excited to see that guy run down hill.

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      2. As was said earlier, it’s a dead position. You’re more likely to see a tight end or lineman lined up like that now. Trouble is Falo was hurt this week too. Oh well.

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  2. If I’m Stanford, I blitzing my corners on the run to tackle the dB for losses. Put SC into unfavorable position and let them implode. The soft serve ice cream o line will lose the battle and Daniels will go down 5 times. Too simply to stopping sc

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  3. This is a foolish game to bet on. Stanford could easily win big, and SC could crush Stanford. But go ahead betting idiots – give your money away. I’ll stick to the market. Much better returns.

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    1. That is actually wonderful advice, Lamont. But how do think it makes the guys who’ve already bet big on USC feel?
      #SoManyUnhappyFacesOutThereInInsideUSCLand

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  4. For the second week in a row, my advice is to forget about betting the USC game, and enjoy a great 60 minutes of football. This game could go in a number of directions. USC could win in a blowout. Stanford could blow USC out. It could be a close low scoring game. And it could be a high scoring shootout. My advice is to stay away from this game. We don’t know enough about wither of these teams.

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  5. For the second week in a row, my advice is to forget about betting the USC game, and enjoy a great 60 minutes of football. This game could go in a number of directions. USC could win in a blowout. Stanford could blow USC out. It could be a close low scoring game. And it could be a high scoring shootout. My advice is to stay away from this game. We don’t know enough about either of these teams.

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