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USC: Back to Business

Matt BarkleySo much for cold feet.  Not that USC’s pounding of San Jose State was that big of a feat (56-3 to be exact), but after losing many of their starters from last year, some people were worried as to how this game would pan out. Rushing attack, re-god-damn-diculous, 6 tds on the ground for a total of 342 rushing yards.  WOW! Passing game, nothing spectacular, but the true freshman quarterback Matt Barkley did was he was supposed to do… make no mistakes. 15/19, 233 yds, 1 TD and not picks. And that defense, how about holding the Spartans to a stingy 3 points. Glad backup/ex-starter Aaron Corps got some reps in to show everyone what he’s got: 4/4, 45 yds 1 TD and again, no picks.   The biggest game of the season comes next week at the Shoe in Ohio State. We all saw what they did to the Buckeyes last year but this is gonna be a little different.  If the Trojans can establish the run early, go up by double digits, them Buckeyes can kiss their National Championship Dreams goodbye.  Anyone saw the rought time the Buckeyes had against Navy this weekend.  Well the Trojans aren’t the Navy, they’re the entire armed forces. FIGHT ON!!!

September 7, 2009 - Posted by | NCAA FOOTBALL | , , ,

1 Comment »

  1. I can’t believe this kid, he’s something special. If you can go out there as a true freshman and play in front of Ohio States crowd the way he did.. you have a serious set.

    Anyways… I have a question to ask you if you could shoot me an e-mail at rdenis@mvn.com thanks!

    Comment by Richie | September 16, 2009 | Reply

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