Home-Field Advantage?

We mentioned USC is 2-10 againt the spread at the Coliseum in the past 12 games. So why isn’t it more of an advantage?
“I don’t think it has to do with the Coliseum or the fans,” Lane Kiffin said. “We are not playing real well (at home).”

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  • VB’s Office Plant

    Silly me, I am concerned about wins and losses not wins and losses against the spread.

  • dtksr1

    Kiffin keeps saying, as most reporters are, how poorly the team is performing since Kiffin being headcoach. Everyone is in agreement. So is the team talent less than what the talent they are playing affecting results or is he not doing his job as offensive coordinator with his playcalling & time management?
    Kiffin needs to be either the head coach in spending his time overseeing the whole team or concentrate being the best offensive coordinator/play caller he can be. He also needs to seriously review the ability-results of his position coaches he chose to bring in. Use those results not his relationships, to keep or replace them. He is stuck with the players he recruited, so if his program cannot make it work, then Pat Haden needs to get involved soon before the fan fallout starts building momentum.

  • obama the jew hater

    The fan fallout has started, the big money donors are already threatening to hold back money