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Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid took time out from potentially nuking one of the chamber's most venerable institutions to offer his take on the state of USC's football program.
It sounded like he was talking about Mitch McConnell.
“I hope you have a better football team than last year, that was a disaster,” he told a USC student Monday during an event at the Center for American Progress in Washington. “That proves you can’t buy college football players.”
One can only presume that Reid is still smarting the 65-0 beatdown that the Trojans gave his alma mater Utah State in 1930.
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