What’s Worse?

Larry Scott continues to want to make change for the sake of change. What’s worse? Playing your rival in October? Playing a bad Big Ten team every year? Playing a game in China?

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  • sureshot

    My vote for what’s worse is a daily dose of the Wolfster.

  • BoscoH

    I bought my David Stern voodoo doll today. He’ll have testicular cancer in a week, and Larry Scott will have his dream job.

  • TrojanPete

    Yikes! Testicular cancer is no fun…speaking from experience. But if he does get it, USC/Norris is one of the top places in the country to get treated. So is Stanford. But not UCLA.

    What’s terrible is that Armond Armstead looks like he is transferring as he has his meeting with the USC brass on Monday to go over his paperwork . He has already graduated and one of the schools he is considering is Notre Dame. His brother is also seriously considering Notre Dame. I understand patient privacy but can we get someone to ask the powers that be why he won’t be cleared? Is it a medical issue or is it a legal liability issue? If he’s already gone through a battery of tests and passed them all as he states, why won’t he be cleared? It seems like pass or fail, the doctors/brass weren’t going to clear him anyway. Again, we don’t need to know what his medical condition is/was but at least fill us in on the clearance process!

  • steve49

    Why does larry scott want to change everything. Murphy’s law comes into play, “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it”, and all this stuff is going to come back and bite the conference in the ass, scott will be gone.

  • gotroy22

    Once we went to 12 teams in the Pac all bets were off. They will destroy the tradition of college football and then wonder where all the fans went.

  • The Monopoly Is Over Here

    Who cares about these two teams from the Gay-area…

  • sureshot

    I thought Murphy’s Law was, “Whatever can go wrong, will go wrong.”?

  • Trojan Conquest

    sureshot……..that’s correct.
    “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it” is very old school. The new saying is “if it ain’t broke, you better fix it anyway before it does breaks.”

  • steve49

    How about “if it ain’t broke, go buy a new one anyway, its cheaper than getting the old one fixed.”