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In Topic: Week 1: Southern Cal vs. Alabama (at Arlington, TX)

Yesterday, 03:33 PM

Thinking conservatively like I always do with season openers. I feel like the defense will play excellent and the offense will look sloppy for most of the first half until they get something clicking.

Really interested to see how the playing rotation works out at both quarterback and running back. The early instability will make way for some struggles, though ultimately I don't see the Trojans scoring enough on our defense to be a threat to win.

My one week early prediction is....

Alabama 27
USC 13

In Topic: BARVES

23 August 2016 - 07:41 PM



In Topic: Week 1: Southern Cal vs. Alabama (at Arlington, TX)

22 August 2016 - 08:19 PM

I'm excited for it, but I can't help but feel like would be a lot more excited if it were in Los Angeles or Tuscaloosa. I'm just so tired of the neutral site games

In Topic: Word on the street

21 August 2016 - 11:03 AM

The combination of Hurts' ability to extend plays and the athleticism we have at receiver excites me. Could see a lot of really explosive passing plays down the field, similar to 2014.

Honestly, given the uncertainty at running back, we might be better off with more of a high upside guy at quarterback. The game manager type has worked best when we had a proven running game coming into the year, but I'm not sure we have that yet. Bo seems injury - prone and Harris never really impressed me when we saw him last year. We need one of those guys to emerge as the workhorse.

If you believe in the theory of playing to your strengths, then Hurts seems like the best option. The strength of this offense is at receiver and tight end...gotta get the ball to em.

In Topic: Word on the street

21 August 2016 - 06:56 AM

Could be a Bateman/Hurts system. They're different enough in terms of skill sets for it to work.