Morning Buzz: A Generous View For USC

These odds to win the College Football Playoff title seem very generous for USC from the South Point sportsbook:

Ohio St, Oklahoma, Georgia, UNC, Oregon, Texas A&M -125

Alabama, Texas, Iowa St, Miami, Penn St, Cincinnati +225

Clemson, LSU, USC, Notre Dame, Florida, Wisconsin +400

All other teams +2000

USC is in the conversation with Clemson and Notre Dame?

  • Keaontay Ingram is the best tailback of training camp just as he was the best tailback of spring practice.
  • Kedon Slovis did a promotion for United Airlines. Clemson quarterback D.J. Uiagalelei has signed to play himself in Dr Pepper’s latest version of a long-running ad campaign built around a fictitious college football town called Fansville.
  • USC is expected to get a commitment today from five-star forward Kijani Wright of Sierra Canyon.
  • Why do recruiting reporters insist on giving credit to non-coaches for landing a commitment? Especially for just a three-star? Is there a quid pro quo later?

42 thoughts on “Morning Buzz: A Generous View For USC

    1. Question: When was last time Iowa Sate was mentioned as a contender?
      Answer: It was the last time they beat Oklahoma, Baylor, Texas Tech, TCU and Texas in the prior year (i. e, –Never before)……

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  1. NASA delays the next Fake Moon Landing because they’re having trouble designing a space suit.


    NASA’s goal of returning (LOL…Never happened) American astronauts to the moon by 2024 isn’t feasible because of significant delays in developing spacesuits, NASA Inspector General Paul K. Martin said in a new report.

    Even though NASA will have spent more than a billion dollars on the next-generation spacesuits, Martin concluded that the “suits would not be ready for flight until April 2025 at the earliest” and are “years away from completion.


    First NASA destroyed all the apollo telemetry data on how to get to the moon and now they forget how to make a space suit. Why not borrow some space suits from the astronauts on the International Fake Station?





    1. tebow,
      You are not too bright thinking that that the moon landing is fake. See, I know for a fact that the moon landing was real. My dad worked for JPL at the time and he was in Florida and saw the launch of the Apollo 11. See there are witnesses to this. Not smart.

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      1. LOL!

        Your dad and MG’s dad should have helped Werner Von Braun figure it out..

        “It is commonly believed that man will fly directly from the earth to the moon, but to do this, we would require a vehicle of such gigantic proportions that it would prove an economic impossibility. It would have to develop sufficient speed to penetrate the atmosphere and overcome the earth’s gravity and, having traveled all the way to the moon, it must still have enough fuel to land safely and make the return trip to earth. Furthermore, in order to give the expedition a margin of safety, we would not use one ship alone, but a minimum of three … each rocket ship would be taller than New York’s Empire State Building [almost ¼ mile high] and weigh about ten times the tonnage of the Queen Mary, or some 800,000 tons.”

        — Wernher von Braun, the father of the Apollo space program, writing in Conquest of the Moon

        “The American people don’t believe anything until they see it on television”

        – Richard M. Nixon


      2. This is big, tebow. Very Big. You need to gather all your Moon (Non) Landing evidence for incorporation into a scholarly article …where it can be reviewed by other intellectuals…


  2. You could have Clay Helton and Graham Harrell coach a team made up of NFL All Pro players and they would lose their first game against a CFB Playoff opponent.

    Clueless Clay and Graham “Eb Dawson” Harrell from Green Acres would lose to Alabama by a score of 46-3.


      1. Ha! [The stuff that is missing isn’t anything compared to the literally tons of documentation that is stored by NASA, including mineral samples]….


      2. That jackass horrifictommy’s religion is the O.G. of Flat Earth Societies…LOL!

        “Rabbis debate the routes of the sun at night when it leaves the visible sky under the dome, whether it travels either above the firmament or under the earth (Gen. Rab. 6:8; b. Pesachim 94b). The latter possibility leads to the Rabbis forbidding water not drawn before nightfall for matzah baking, lest the sun travel under the plate-like earth and warm the water from underneath before it returns to the dome for morning (b. Pesachim 42a).”

        – Torah




      3. Michael,

        In the late 70’s and early 80’s my dad was the division manager (head bottle washer) for the Imagery Dept. at JPL. He brought back photos of the satlitte going past Saturn and seeing the rings real close. Pictures of the moon, Jupiter, and other planets. I was and still am so proud of my dad and I just wish I had 10 minutes to let him know this once again and tell him how much I love him. That is all I need to say. I will talk to him in heaven and we will talk.

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      4. That’s it for Torah believing tommy, he’s outta here…AHA HA HA HA HA!

        Thoroughly humiliated!

        His own religion did him in! His god is the inventor of the Flat Earth, his religion the O.G. Flat Earth Society.



      5. Did your mother forgive your father for not using a rubber the night you were conceived? HAHaHaHa — we the curious want to know.


  3. We are in the era of having to publicly recognize people for doing their job, so if someone recruits a player they get recognized. A participation trophy will be added to their emoji board for being recruiter of the minute.
    Clay will will also award game balls to those staff members who have recruited more than 1.5 players. These will be “virtual balls” that the recipient will be able to put in their signature on University letterhead. Currently Clay himself has no virtual balls.

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  4. “USC is expected to get a commitment today from five-star forward Kijani Wright of Sierra Canyon.”

    Assuming this happens, this is huge. The young fella is 6’9″, 230 lbs, still growing, has looked really strong against older, int’l competition. Thanks, Enfield!

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      1. The Eric Mobley / Compton Magic pipeline continues to flow. The Internet thinks Eric Mobley is dead though so that was a bit of surprise – figured we would have heard about that.


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      1. Ya don’t think Stepp was misquoted and actually described the husker offense as shitty not gritty? Have you seen their record the last couple years?

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      2. Ha! It could hardly be shittier — maybe Stepp was saying he liked how ‘balanced’ their shittiness was…


    1. I give her 6 months and this Kijani Wright will be facing criminal charges.

      Is anyone at USC familiar with “background checks”?

      Jesus H. Christ…the entire braintrust of the university is brain dead!

      It’s just so God Damn comical how fucking incompetent those idiots making decisions at USC are.



    1. Buzz Aldrin admitted to this girl that no one evet went to the moon, let alone set foot on it.

      “We never went there”

      – Buzz Aldrin when asked by a little girl why has nobody been back to the moon

      There it is there


      1. “We haven’t gone AGAIN because of lack of money. If you want to do it AGAIN we’ll need money.”


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