Time to select the score. I’ll start off things: USC 31, Oregon 28.
Pete Carroll did an interview with XX Sports Radio in San Diego this week and discussed Mark Sanchez eating a hot on the sidelines.
“We work on a lot of stuff when we’re here in the program try to get your act together so you can perform, play your best, represent and all that stuff, but I never covered the hot dog on the sideline thing and that’s my fault.
“I don’t know how that slipped by me. You can eat a lot of stuff on the sidelines, but when you eat a hot dog you never forget about it.”
Casey Matthews, the younger brother of Clay Matthews, leads Oregon in tackles with 44. Pete Carroll said earlier in the week he did not offer him a scholarship. But Matthews was also not interested in USC. Remember three years, his older brother was not playing much for the Trojans. And Casey Matthews wanted to go somewhere where he would play.
The Ducks also feature DE Kenny Rowe, the brother of former USC safety Alfred Rowe. Kenny Rowe leads Oregon with seven sacks.
The SEC’s athletic directors voted unanimously that violations of the rule that “requires that coaches, assistant coaches, players, support personnel and others associated with the institution’s athletics program refrain from public criticism of officials,” be enforced by suspensions and fines, effective immediately.
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Defensive tackle Christian Tupou regained his starting job for the Oregon game.
USC’s defense is under scrutiny as the Trojans face Oregon on Saturday.