Of course, USC has been here before. The Trojans have played bigger games than this. They are considered by many the logical choice to play the winner of Ohio State-Michigan in the BCS National Championship Game in
No it's not.
By the admission of Tedford and USC coach Pete Carroll, the Coliseum was ablaze with emotion that day. "It was a wild scene," said Tedford of the Coliseum effect on opponents -- of the hex lurking within the ancient stadium of two Olympics and decades of Trojans ghosts. In packed stands that seem to scrape the clouds, the atmosphere is akin to Mad Max at Thunderdome. Still,
It shouldn't have even come down to four shots at the end zone -- but it did. And it was then that