September 3, 2010 by staff
Usc Football, Thursday night marked the first game of Lane Kiffin as coach of USC Trojan football head. The Trojans played the Warriors of Hawaii, a team from the WAC conference, at Aloha Stadium in sunny Honolulu, Hawaii.
Early in the game, it looked to be a long night for the home team like USC football players seemed more physically superior skill. However, it did not upset the Warriors, as he almost beat the great football team after the USC. If the Warriors’ starting quarterback, Bryant Moniz, not injure himself after a career playing quarterback, the game would have been much closer.
However, at the end, luckily USC beat the Warriors with a final score of 49-36.
USC was the better team tonight, but had a lot of defects that future opponents can point to in order to defeat this team highly overrated. Here are some of them.
The defensive failures
1) of the USC are young and inexperienced secondary is vulnerable to the steps in the middle
2) The defense does not address everything right
3) The weak link of the defense is true freshman Nickell Robey. He was operated overnight.
1) the dependence of Matt Barkley at # 1 WR Ronald Johnson was clear and if a team can shut Johnson, USC may have to rely on untested corridor.
2) is overrated as Mitch Mustain was benched again for Barkley in the fourth quarter, was inaccurate as it overthrew a receiver on a 2-point conversion in the 1st quarter.
3) The second and third string are littered with 4 and 5 star athletes, but many of them occurred when they were in the game. Missed tackles and blown coverages are everywhere.
4) Monte Kiffin Tampa 2 defensive scheme is also highly overrated. There were holes everywhere on defense as the third quarterback in Hawaii often exploited for points. Monte should be removed because it is 70 years of age.
2010 USC Football Season Prediction Record: 10-3 (losses to Oregon State, Stanford and Washington)
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