It’s time for the report card from the USC-Texas game. Read away! Sam Darnold might not be perfect but in crunch time he bails out the Trojans (and the coaches). Imagine how good he would be with some coached-up receivers? Those gaudy yards-per-carry averages finally came crashing down to earth. USC’s running game can be stopped. But the question going forward is how many teams in the Pac-12 have a front seven like Texas? Dropped passes. Failure of any young receivers to emerge.
I made a mistake when I voted in the Pac-12 preseason media poll. I forgot to vote for San Diego State. The Aztecs are 2-0 against Pac-12 teams after defeating Stanford on Saturday night. Maybe you aren’t impressed but the Aztecs are ranked No. 22 in the nation. If only Arizona State or Stanford beat the Aztecs, the Pac-12 would own a victory over a team ranked in the current Associated Press Top 25. The Pac-12 is also 0-3 against teams receiving votes but not ranked in the poll.
LOS ANGELES — The Sam Darnold legend got another boost Saturday night, while Texas coach Tom Herman offered a glimpse of his own to Longhorns fans. Darnold has said before that as long as he has 20 seconds, he can drive the length of the field. So it wasn't even stressful for the sophomore when he had 39 seconds to overcome a three-point deficit to Texas and lead USC to an eventual 27-24 double-overtime thriller at the Coliseum.
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