Five things we learned in the Pac-12 this week: 1. Oregon has a Stanford problem: Used to be the other way around. Last year it felt more like Oregon had a Stanford inconvenience, not so much a problem.
As the Trojans continue to battle injuries while they prepare for the final stretch of the 2013 season, here are 5 players who have stepped up when called upon due to injuries to other players at their position.
The “Buck” doesn’t stop here. And now, all of a sudden, maybe Ed Orgeron doesn’t, either. Javorius “Buck” Allen, the sophomore who’d been the forgotten tailback in the first few weeks of this weird, emotional season, rushed for 133 yards and three touchdowns to lead USC to its most impressive and complete victory in at least two years on Friday night.
Have a nice weekend, folks. Nelson Agholor's big second half gave USC the cushion it needed for Arizona, Jon Gold writes in the Arizona Daily Star. Todd Graham vows that ASU will play more aggressively, Doug Haller writes in the Arizona Republic.
A number of coaches had made a strong push for U.S. Army All-American Bowl week standout Khaliel Rodgers (Elkton, Md./Eastern Christian Academy) in recent weeks. The USC offensive line commit half-listened, just in case something happened, but never wavered.
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