Monday, October 02, 2006


*NOTE* A big thanks to Kaci Jenkins for making this page the official webpage for the "Stop the USC C%#$Sucking" group on Facebook. I am a proud member of the group, and stand by it. While you're here, check out the rest of the page.

Hello LA Times readers! While you are here enjoy these other "blistering USC-bashing" rants that they missed.
An Open Reply
The Whole World Knows It
USC; Over-Rated As Always

I'm so sick of Southern Cal getting all this press about "how good they are." The only reason they're so good is because they play the equivalent of MTSU every week. And the only time they play a ranked team, (for example then #22 Washington State) they come out inches from defeat. I want to see USC take an 0-3 turn later in the season when they play Oregon, Cal, then Notre Dame. USC plays 8 games versus unranked teams, and nobody in the top 10. Pitiful.

Who do I like? The SEC. South. Eastern. Conference. There are 5 SEC teams in the top 13, with 4 of them in the top 10. There's only one problem with having 5 teams that highly ranked in the same division. They all play each other. Auburn will end up having played all 3 of the other SEC teams in the top 10 by the end of the season. They already took out LSU, and play #5 Florida next week.
In fact, Georgia is the only top 10 team in the SEC that doesn't play all 3 of the other SEC teams in the Top 10 (they play 2), however, they do still play 4 teams in the top 20. Tennessee plays 3 of the 4 top 10 SEC teams, and of the 4 ranked teams they play, all of them are in the top 10.

The sad thing is that ESPN will never see that the Pac-10 is noting but a bunch of Push-overs with one mediocre team. USC, I DARE you to come to The Swamp, Neyland, Athens or Auburn ANY DAY. Because ESPN might not see you for the over-rated team you are, but the whole rest of the world does.

Other articles of interest:
The teams voted with the toughest schedule (note 3 SEC teams)

GOP and College Update: USC GETS LOSS NUMBER 2!