The Offense Rests (Again) And Lane Kiffin Explains Why

Lane Kiffin said one of the reasons USC struggled was because “it became an eight-man front day” for Utah State’s defense. So let’s review. He said Washington State contained USC with a three-man front. So USC has now been contained by a three-man front and an eight-man front?
I guess that’s why they invented the word, “adjustments.”

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  • Isaiahdolan

    If Haden has watched Oregon’s offensive play fantastically over the past few years he might wish to hurry up and find a new coach with a new system.

  • BearBryant3

    Yes kiffing when playing the eight front its called playaction to fb or te.

  • BearBryant3

    Stanford faces 8, 9 front everyweek and still runs the ball and passes efficiently.

  • BearBryant3

    It will be interesting to see when the firing happens. And who they can actually get.

  • Bruin Rick

    Blah blah blah. A bunch of sorry fans from a has-been yesteryear crappy school

    • realtrojan

      That would be a perfect description about fUCLA and bRUINS. Yes!

  • steveg

    Quite an embarrassing offensive effort. I don’t remember seeing any play action passing, nor did the fullback play any part in carrying or receiving the ball.(except the first play). Take the heat off of Lee who seems to have hands of stone this season and throw more to Agholar, at least to free up Lee later. Two passes to tight ends. The offense was predictable today and Utah had them wired.With an effective offense it would have been a blow out. Thank you DEFENSE!!

    • Ben Factor

      Was Kessler throwing to Lee when he was well covered?

      Blocking consistency seems to be very problematic. As Scott alludes, if dared to pass, USC can’t quite get that done, and if dared to run, USC can’t quite get that done. It may be require an adjustment in the plays that are called…or in something else. The answer is not as clear as the fact of unblocked defensive players disrupting the offense.

  • UCLA Owns the Rose Bowl

    It’s like Kiffin is consumed with 24k dial-up internet and UCLA is wired with fiber optics. SC averaging 17 pts per game while UCLA is averaging 52.