All Mum On Kedon Slovis

Kedon Slovis injured the same shoulder vs. Oregon that he hurt in the Holiday Bowl last season.

That means he hurt it in the final game of the past two seasons. But what is USC doing about it?

I heard more information from USC about Matt Leinart’s arm injury that kept him out of the NFL draft than whatever was done medically to treat with Slovis in the offseason.

He was clearly not 100 percent this season. USC never admitted it. Now he is hurt again.

If I was Slovis, I would get my own doctor.

By the way, Slovis lasted only six games if this were a full season. And Oregon was the first really physical defense. He didn’t stand much chance with the USC offensive line.

  • Talanoa Hufanga was named Pac-12 defensive player of the year.

Here’s the entire Pac-12 team:

Offensive Player of the Year: Jarek Broussard, Colorado

Defensive Player of the Year: Talanoa Hufanga, USC

Freshman Offensive Player of the Year: Ty Jordan, Utah

Freshman Defensive Player of the Year: Noah Sewell, Oregon

Coach of the Year: Karl Dorrell, Colorado 

2020 ALL-PAC-12 CONFERENCE FOOTBALL TEAM

 First Team Offense  Second Team Offense
QBKedon Slovis, So., USC QBSam Noyer, Sr., Colorado
RBJarek Broussard, So., Colorado QBDorian Thompson-Robinson, Jr., UCLA
RBJermar Jefferson, Jr., Oregon State RBDemetric Felton, Sr., UCLA
WRSimi Fehoko, Jr., Stanford RBTy Jordan, Fr., Utah
WRAmon-Ra St. Brown, Jr., USC WRDrake London, So., USC
TECade Otton, Jr., Washington WRTyler Vaughns, Sr., USC
   TEGreg Dulcich, So., UCLA
OLDrew Dalman, Sr., Stanford TEBrant Kuithe, Jr., Utah
OLNathan Eldridge, Sr., Oregon State   
OLNick Ford, Jr., Utah OLAlex Forsyth, Jr., Oregon
OLJaxson Kirkland, Jr., Washington OLJoshua Gray, Fr., Oregon State
OLAlijah Vera-Tucker, Jr., USC OLSataoa Laumea, Fr., Utah
OLDohnovan West, So., Arizona State OLAbe Lucas, Jr., Washington State
   OLWill Sherman, Jr., Colorado
  First Team Defense   Second Team Defense
DL Osa Odighizuwa, Sr., UCLA DL Thomas Booker, Jr., Stanford
DL Kayvon Thibodeaux, So., Oregon DL Mustafa Johnson, Sr., Colorado
DL Marlon Tuipulotu, Jr., USC DL Tyler Johnson, Jr., Arizona State
DL Zion Tupuola-Fetui, So., Washington DL Mika Tafua, Jr., Utah
LB Nate Landman, Sr., Colorado (1) LB Cameron Goode, Sr., California
LB Devin Lloyd, Jr., Utah LB Drake Jackson, So., USC
LB Avery Roberts, Jr., Oregon State LB Edefuan Ulofoshio, So., Washington
DB Camryn Bynum, Sr., California DB Deommodore Lenoir, Sr., Oregon
DB Talanoa Hufanga, Jr., USC DB Chase Lucas, Sr., Arizona State
DB Elijah Molden, Sr., Washington (1) DB Trent McDuffie, So., Washington
DB Mykael Wright, So., Oregon DB Chris Steele, So., USC
 First Team Specialists  Second Team Specialists
PKJadon Redding, So., Utah PKJet Toner, Sr., Stanford
PMichael Turk, Jr., Arizona State (1) POscar Draguicevich, Sr., Washington State
RSBritain Covey, Sr., Utah RSD.J. Taylor, Fr., Arizona
AP/STThomas Booker, Jr., Stanford AP/STJaylon Jackson, Jr., Colorado

 RS = Return SpecialistAP/ST = All-Purpose/Special Teams Player (not a kicker or returner)

(1) Two-time first team selection 

No Tiebreaker: There was a tie for the quarterback for second team, so that team is represented with two quarterbacks. There was a tie for the tight end for second team, so that team is represented with two tight ends. There was a tie for the fifth offensive lineman for first team, so that team is represented with six offensive linemen.

 ALL-PAC-12 HONORABLE MENTION

ARIZONA: RB Gary Brightwell, Sr.; DB Lorenzo Burns, Sr.; K Lucas Havrisik, Sr.; DL Roy Lopez, Sr.; LB Anthony Pandy, Sr. 

ARIZONA STATE: OL Kellen Diesch, Grad.; DB Evan Fields, Sr.; DL Jermayne Lole, Jr.; LB Kyle Soelle, Jr.; RB Rachaad White, Jr.

 CALIFORNIA: WR Kekoa Crawford, Sr.; OL Jake Curhan, Sr.; LB Kuony Deng, Sr.; DB Josh Drayden, Sr.; DL Brett Johnson, So.; DL Zeandae Johnson, Sr.; WR/RS Nikko Remigio, Jr.; OL Michael Saffell, Sr.; TE Jake Tonges, Jr.

 COLORADO: OL Frank Fillip, So.; DL Terrance Lang, Jr.; DB Isaiah Lewis, Jr.; OL Casey Roddick, So.; RS Dimitri Stanley, So.; LB Carson Wells, Jr.

 OREGON: OL Malaesala Aumavae-Laulu, Jr.; OL T.J. Bass, Jr.; RB Travis Dye, Jr.; DL Austin Faoliu, Sr.; DB Jamal Hill, So.; WR Johnny Johnson III, Sr.; LB Noah Sewell, Fr.; LB Isaac Slade-Matautia, Jr.

  OREGON STATE: RS Champ Flemings, Jr.; DB Jaydon Grant, Jr.; DL Isaac Hodgins, Jr.; AP/ST Jesiah Irish, So.; OL Nous Keobounnam, Sr.; TE Teagan Quitoriano, Jr.; LB Hamilcar Rashed Jr., R-Sr.; DL Simon Sandberg, Jr.; LB Omar Speights, So.; DB Nahshon Wright, Jr.

 STANFORD: DB Malik Antoine, Sr.; RB Houston Heimuli, Sr.; RB Austin Jones, So.; DB Kyu Blu Kelly, So.; QB Davis Mills, Sr.; RS Nathaniel Peat, So.; LB Curtis Robinson, Sr.; OL Walter Rouse, So.; P Ryan Sanborn, So.; DL Thomas Schaffer, Sr.; WR Michael Wilson, Jr.

 UCLA: DB Stephan Blaylock, Jr.; LB Caleb Johnson, Jr.; DB Qwuantrezz Knight, Sr.; OL Sam Marrazzo, Jr.; WR/RS Kyle Philips, So.

 USC: DL Nick Figueroa, Jr.; DB Olaijah Griffin, Jr.; P Ben Griffiths, So.; K Parker Lewis, Fr.; OL Jalen McKenzie, Jr.; OL Brett Neilon, Jr.; DB Isaiah Pola-Mao, Jr. 

UTAH: WR Britain Covey, Jr.; DB JaTravis Broughton, So.; ST Keegan Markgraf, Sr.; LB Nephi Sewell, Jr.

 WASHINGTON: OL Henry Bainivalu, Jr.; OL Victor Curne, So.; AP/ST Kyler Gordon, So.; QB Dylan Morris, R-Fr.; OL Luke Wattenberg, Sr.

 WASHINGTON STATE: WR Renard Bell, Sr.; OL Brian Greene, Jr.; WR Travell Harris, Jr.; DB Daniel Isom, Sr.; DL Brennan Jackson, R-So.; K Blake Mazza, Jr.; OL Liam Ryan, Sr.; DB Jaylen Watson, R-Jr.; LB Jahad Woods, Sr. 

WASHINGTON STATE: WR Renard Bell, Sr.; WR Travell Harris, Jr.; OL Brian Greene, Jr.; OL Liam Ryan, Sr.; DL Brennan Jackson, R-So.; LB Jahad Woods, Sr.; DB Daniel Isom, Sr.; DB Jaylen Watson, R-Jr.; K Blake Mazza, Jr. 

16 thoughts on “All Mum On Kedon Slovis

      1. Slovis, Tanya Hufanga, Palaie Gaoteote, Charmin Ra St. Brown, Isaiah “Pulled Another Hamstring” Pola-Mao, VavaeMalepeai, and many more…they’re all delicate flowers. They can’t make it through consecutive games without their fragile femininity becoming an issue.

        Some of those girls have been with the team 3 years now and played in a total of about 7 or 8 games. Most were hurt during Clay’s pillow soft practices and didn’t make it out of spring practice. They were done before they even began.

        They’re soft fragile delicate flowers, they need to man the fuck up.

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      2. Either that…or….he’s just a guy who loves to talk & think about delicate flowers……
        #ILikeDelicateButterflies

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  1. I wouldn’t be surprised to hear Slovis entered the twilight portal zone. Picture of you will, a college quarterback at a crossroad. Led by a man whose own quarterbacking ability made him second string on his daddy’s team, and forced to run for his life due to unimaginative coaching shortfalls. He soon finds himself looking back from inside the twilight portal zone.

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  2. AGAINST Oregon Gomer He’ll Ton never Had the USC football team PREPARED Ready to Play Football. .. USC Offensive Line was Out Coached Out Blocked Out Played by Oregon s quicker faster Defense…Forcing KedonSlovis to Make. BAD Passes. 3 Interceptions. .. from Oregon s Big Pass Rush. Then getting to Kedon slovis at the END of the Football Game Injuring his Shoulder… Dumbodrevno Offensive Line coach needs To Be FIRED. .. with Kedon Slovis. 3 interceptions and having Oregon s Pass Rush. USC. had a chance to Win the Football Game LOSING by 1 touchdown. 7 point. USC has the TALENT just Needs A TOP Level Football Coach Like URBAN MEYER or Pete Carroll. Or Nick saban plus Lynn Swan should be Hug by the Balls for giving Gomer He’ll Ton such a Big Coaching Contract worth Million s tell 2023 time to FIRE Gomer He’ll ton

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    1. The 3 interceptions were bound to happen the first time Kedon faced a first rate d-line combined with first rate d-backs. [I don’t say that as a knock on Kedon as much as on our o-line —which is next to worthless]…..

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  3. Lost in the chatter,

    Brad Otton, a well-regarded USC QB from yesteryear had his nephew–Cade– go to UW Husky over USC. The school that sent Will Dissly and Austin Seferian-Jenkins to the NFL will produce another NFL calibre TE.
    There was a brief moment in time when USC was recruiting the best TE’s in CFB. …..

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