Does Clancy Pendergast want to break Monte Kiffin’s record of giving up 62 points to Oregon in 2012?
It’s 49-17. USC has given up.
Did you see Clay Helton punt from the Oregon 42 trailing 42-17?
OK, the refs botched the interception. Tyler Vaughns got leveled.
Oregon scores another TD. Boy did the USC coaches screw up letting Oregon back in the game.
Reggie Bush is on fire at halftime: This is frustrating, man . . . Why are the coaches still putting their players in a position to fail?”
“Even when they had a good stable of running backs, they weren’t running the football enough.”
“You know how many recruits they are going to get after this game? After this kind of performance? Zero more.”
USC scores a TD and then John Baxter kicks off to the goal line and Oregon returns it for a TD. Amazing.
Oregon leads, 28-17.
Kedon Slovis has imploded with a fumble in the red zone and now a pick six. Oregon leads, 21-10.
USC is playing bad enough in the second quarter to make Justin Herbert look good.
Remember how I said since the summer that Graham Harrell does not want to run the ball. He has thrown 32 passes and run 10 times.
You can discuss the game — and see if I was wrong about picking USC — right here.
I will start by saying some people in the athletic dept. I talk to had a favorable reaction to Mike Bohn being the new athletic director. And they believe he will make a coaching change within 30 days.