From the first game of the first season, it was clear the quarterback wasn’t the same game-changer that he proved to be at USC. And as the years progressed, Sanchez would regress, becoming the target of frustrated media, fans, and even teammates. The former Trojan was able to deflect the constant criticism for nearly 4 years, continuing to establish himself as the franchise’s offensive leader, while gathering the support of his coach. But then Monday happened, and it was followed by Tuesday’s decisive end.
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