Balance the key for USC
It's difficult to decide what's more surprising, that USC hasn't led the Pac-10 in rushing since 1981, or that Norm Chow's offense is the one that's leading the league on the ground this season. After rushing for 222 yards against Washington State on Saturday, the Trojans average 167.3 yards per game.
Chow, who is to quarterbacks what Jack Black is to hard-rockin' grade-schoolers, takes mild umbrage that anyone doesn't think he knows how to move the chains by handing the ball off.
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