Clay Helton was oh-so Clay Helton after USC lost a winnable game at Washington. “I love the way that our guys competed and I love their heart,” Helton said. But were they warriors? “I told the guys in the locker room that they’re a football team that we can see again come December if you do your job. They’re a good team and so are … Continue reading Clay Helton Quotes Of The Night
When people wonder if USC could immediately turn things around if Clay Helton got fired, just think about games like today. USC could easily have defeated Washington . . . if it had a good coach and good coaching staff. But it couldn’t deviate from its Air Raid philosophy or trust the right players (Markese Stepp) and give Washington’s offense anything than the usual looks … Continue reading USC Lost A Winnable Game
USC has only two QBs warming up today: Matt Fink and Brandon Perdue. Imagine seeing a No. 27 (Perdue) at QB for USC. Continue reading Discuss The USC-Washington Game
As Arizona State showed last night at Cal, the Pac-12 is great at cannibalizing itself. It’s to the point where you can’t really count anyone out in a conference game. With USC-Washington, there are the obvious factors like Talanoa Hufanga being out and the home-field advantage of Husky Stadium. But to me the key will be how USC fares against Washington’s defense, especially when the … Continue reading Morning Buzz: My USC-Washington Pick
During my interview with Dave “Softy” Mahler, he asked me if I would take “Urban Meyer or the field” to be the next USC coach. Right now, I would take the field. Why? Because we still don’t know enough about USC president Carol Folt or the new athletic director. Will Folt accept Meyer’s baggage? Will USC pay Meyer $8 million a year? The answers to … Continue reading Would You Take Urban Meyer Or The Field?
I will be on with the king of Seattle radio, Dave “Softy” Mahler around 3:45 p.m. You can listen here. Continue reading Radio, Radio