Just remember Clay Helton is now 0 for 2 on QB calls. I’d argue 0 for 3 but not in this space. He picked JT Daniels over Kedon Slovis and Slovis would be on the bench if Daniels were healthy.
It must be fun to be window dressing for the Air Raid. Yes, there’s a play here or there but long term what elite backs are really going to want this offense?
Where are all those people who used to tell me, “North Texas ran a balanced offense . . .”
Four receivers over 100 yards! What happened vs. Washington? Oregon? Notre Dame? BYU?
UCLA’s defense actually got to Kedon Slovis more than other recent opponents. But not really surprising with this offensive line, which has been given a pass by many pundits this season.
They shut down the running game but UCLA had its best offensive performance against a team this season that wasn’t named Washington State.
I blame Clancy Pendergast’s scheme more than the players for a lot of what UCLA did. Hopefully this was his last game.
Did they cover anyone? If not for dropped passes, UCLA would have scored even more points. It was a disaster of a day from a pass defense perspective.
There was the punting debacle in the first quarter. The timeout with 10 men on the field before a field goal. The missed field goal. I’m tired of talking about John Baxter.
A fan told me Graham Harrell is the greatest offensive coordinator in USC history. I guess they missed all those other games. Plus playing a 4-7 team isn’t exactly a great test. If Clay Helton saved his job, just remember the record of those five teams USC beat to end the season (25-30).
And who gave a worse showing vs. UCLA’s offense than USC? Mike Leach? The other Air Raid guy, of course.