It’s Time For USC To Create History

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This graphic is objectively true, although there seems to be confusion when it says USC won six Heismans but shows seven.

The problem is all of this tradition only reminds us all that the current state of the program is not acceptable.

USC’s history is a great recruiting tool. But it needs to start creating more history.

  • Offensive lineman Saia Mapakaitolo, who decommited from USC in December, has committed to Minnesota.
  • USC has rescheduled postponed Pac-12 games against Stanford and Oregon State. USC will play Oregon State in Corvallis on Jan. 19 and host Stanford on Feb. 2.

18 thoughts on “It’s Time For USC To Create History

  1. “Offensive lineman Saia Mapakaitolo, who decommited from USC in December, has committed to Minnesota.”

    Minnesota has a better HC than USC. Who ever would have expected that.

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    1. Hate to admit it — but Scott’s right. It’s time the USC of the present DID something it can brag about…..instead of pointing to the USC of the past (a past which, ironically, involved some folks like Mike Garrett who have since been chased off).

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    1. We did win 7. Or, to put it another way, Bush won our 7th Heisman. But a saintly man named Pat didn’t want it housed at USC cuz we weren’t playing “the right way”……
      #….LikeUCLAOrOregon….

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      1. Yup… and Saint Pat knows right from wrong!
        #HadenSleeperCellMemberOfNotreDame
        #MayHeRotInHell [strictly from a football perspective, of course]

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      2. From the looks of him (before he disappeared), Pat is already in Hell, Dr. Evil.
        #RememberLastSceneFromPortraitOfDorianGray?
        #[WishItDidn’tTurnOutLikeThisForOneTimeTrojanHero]…

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