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USC coach Lane Kiffin was none too happy with receiver Robert Woods at the end of regulation in the Trojans' game against Stanford on Saturday. By falling to the ground, Woods could have allowed time for USC to attempt a winning field goal, but by attempting to juke his way across the field he allowed time to expire. The Trojans lost in overtime. Kiffin's reaction to Woods' play was to get upset with the sophomore, but if anyone was at fault, it was Kiffin. The coach has amply opportunity to teach his players what to do in that (or any...
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Lane Kiffin is upset with the Pac-12 referees for “lying” to him about a call at the end of regulation between USC and Stanford Saturday, but does he have a case? The play in question was the last play of regulation. The Trojans threw a screen to Robert Woods on 2nd and 10 with nine [...]
Southern California coach Lane Kiffin has been reprimanded and fined $10,000 by the Pac-12 for criticizing the officiating in the Trojans' triple-overtime loss to Stanford last weekend.
Southern California coach Lane Kiffin was reprimanded and fined $10,000 by the Pac-12 on Monday night for criticizing the officiating in the 21st-ranked Trojans' triple-overtime loss to Stanford last weekend.
A really, really tough loss for USC at the hands of Stanford in a triple overtime thriller isn’t going to be something the Trojans are going to be able to forget right away — at least for two members of the program. Following the game, USC coach Lane Kiffin expressed his disappointment in the Pac-12…
Southern California coach Lane Kiffin has been reprimanded and fined $10,000 by the Pac-12 for criticizing the officiating in the 21st-ranked Trojans' triple-overtime loss to Stanford last weekend. USC safety T.J. McDonald also was suspended for the first half of Friday's game at Colorado for a late hit on Stanford receiver Chris Owusu.
Officials deny USC a chance at game-winning field goal at end of regulation, drawing ire of head coach Lane Kiffin.
Making the morning rounds.
• Winning more friends, I see. USC coach Lane Kiffin publicly complained Sunday about a pair of calls in Saturday night's 56-48, triple-overtime loss to Stanford, telling reporters he'd called an unidentified Pac-12 official from the locker room to say he was "basically lied to" about being granted a timeout after the final play of...
Conference also suspends Trojans safety T.J. McDonald for a half 'for his hit on a defenseless opponent.'
Very limited in practice throughout the week, Robert Woods‘ availability for USC in tonight’s Pac-12 matchup with Stanford likely won’t be known for a few more hours. Speaking on ESPN’s GameDay show this morning, head coach Lane Kiffin said the All-American wide receiver will be a game-time decision for the Trojans vs. No. 4 Stanford.…
Stanford proved against USC that contenders show more in tough matchups than in easy blowouts. Stewart Mandel touches on adversity, Lane Kiffin's rant and more in CFB Overtime.
The University of Southern California sat quietly by while Pac-12 commissioner Larry Scott watched idly as the NCAA hammered them with sanctions that they have yet to give to universities with far greater offenses. They also sat quietly during the appeals process during which Scott, once again, failed to give any support. They continued to sit quietly while Jim Delany...
Robert Woods inexplicably didn't fall down to stop the clock on the final play of regulation, preventing Southern California from trying a long field goal to stun Stanford. Curtis McNeal then fumbled into the end zone three overtimes later, ending an unforgettable game in ugly fashion.
Although the 20th-ranked Trojans made too many outstanding plays to count Saturday night,...