Trojans won't second guess fourth-down play

There was never any question what USC would do on fourth-and-2 with the game on the line, writes Bruce Feldman.

Originally Published: January 4, 2006
By Bruce Feldman | ESPN.com

PASADENA, Calif. -- Dumbest question asked in the USC locker room after the game: Did you guys give any thought to punting on that fourth-and-2? After all, the Trojans had the ball at the Texas 45-yard line with 2:13 remaining and were clinging to a 38-33 lead. That's usually the call, right? Play it smart. Force the other team to make the big plays.

Puh-leese. If you think that way and you figured that's what the Trojans were planning, then you don't follow USC football. The program's motto ...

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