Another 2015 Question

What happens if USC loses one game on a schedule that includes Arkansas State and Idaho. Is that better than a two-loss SEC team?

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  • Golden Trojan

    A regular season loss to Oregon or Stanford then win the conference championship should keep them in the top 4. After that you’re at the mercy of the committee.

    • SUCC de trop

      What happens if SUCC loses to Washington State and UCLA? Please advise.

      • ScottWolfSniffsHisOwnFarts

        What happens if you were to actually get a girlfriend? Please advise.

        • SUCC de trop

          You must be a SUCC grad.

          • TrojanFan3.0

            You try way too hard! It must suck to be you

            PS…..quit deleting my post. The truth hurts!

      • FIGHTONtoVICTORY

        How would that happen if USC doesn’t play Washington State?

      • Cheap seats

        What would happen if you finally slept with a (living) woman?

        • UCLA Bleauz

          Is his necrophilia that obvious?……

  • Ben Factor

    From your lips to god’s ears.

  • Gollum-Wolf

    What if the bald blogger with a lisp had balls?

  • Mike Voto

    You mean compared to the a one loss Auburn who has Samford (not Stanford) on the their schedule? Or Florida with Eastern Kentucky? Or Alabama who play both Western Carolina and Florida Atlantic? You’re mind-numbing.

    • Cheap seats

      Nice. Are those junior colleges you mentioned? I think Floyd Mayweather picks the SEC opponents.

  • Mike Voto

    And didn’t Texas A&M pull our of a home and away against USC at the last minute. It’s clear to all who read Scott that he serves merely to agitate the SC fan base. I can hardly blame him. Sensational, negative reportage gets big readerships.

  • WEB_Dupree

    Good to know that there might be something to complain about in the event that Sark manages to turn SC into a one-loss team by 2015.

    • UCLA Bleauz

      We didn’t need a crystal ball to predict that…….

  • Cheap seats

    In the eyes of the BCS, I think you know the answer.