Larry Scott Is All Over The Map On Future Of Pac-12 Network


You can check out site, Awful Announcing, to see how Pac-12 commissioner Larry Scott said in the same day the Pac-12 Network has a bright future and he can also envision where it doesn’t exist because he sold off all the TV rights to other networks.

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Coliseum Crunch

You might have heard the Chargers appear close to moving to Los Angeles and would play at the Coliseum, with the Rams and USC. One possible byproduct would be the installation of artificial turf for two seasons.

Can you imagine the tradition break if the nearly 100-year-old stadium installed fake grass? I doubt that benefits the “student-athletes.”

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The Power Of USC


Adoree Jackson’s electrifying performance against Notre Dame had to play a major role in winning the Thorpe Award on Thursday. But it is debatable how much of his defensive play really clinched it. Some argued there were several better cornerbacks in the Pac-12. Jackson gave up six TD passes this season. But USC is USC. And when you perform in the big games, you can win a major award. As I said above during the Notre Dame game.

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Rose Bowl History Lesson

usc-rose-1923USC played Penn State in the 1923 Rose Bowl, which was the first bowl game in school history. The Trojans were selected for the game, despite finishing behind and losing during the regular season to California, because the Golden Bears did not want to make a post-season trip to Pasadena three years in a row.

Can you imagine Cal doing that today? Or even making a Rose Bowl?

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Wylan Free Decommits

Lynwood cornerback Wylan Free announced via twitter he was no longer committed to USC. Free had been offered by Utah, BYU, Utah State, Hawaii and Boise State before picking USC. So, one naturally wonders, whether he chose to decommit or was nudged elsewhere by the coaches?

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