The postseason eligible Trojans have one game remaining, but for all intents and purposes, the USC football season has ended. One game canâ€™t salvage a season of underachievement and suddenly make everything right. A single game canâ€™t lift the program to the mark of preseason expectations. And though one game provides an opportunity to end the season on a high note, it also comes with the potential to establish new lows.
New Posts to Hype
- Undefeated or winless in the preseason: Does it matter?
- Strong Era Begins with with a Win
- Around the Big Ten: Wisconsin lets one slip away vs. LSU
- Penn State 26, UCF 24: Oh, Sammy Boy!
- Will New Texas A&M QB Kenny Hill Make Aggies Fans Ask Johnny Who?
- Can rookie starting pitchers help win a pennant?
- Rutgers Football: Q&A With Seattle Timesâ€™ Washington State Beat Writer, Bud Withers
- New York Jets: How Good Will Chris Johnson Be This Year?