You would think that, when the undefeated Oregon Ducks head to the Coliseum on Saturday to play the USC Trojans (6:30 p.m. ET on FOX), Oregon coach Chip Kelly would want to do more than just squeak out a win against the home team.
Youd think hed want to obliterate the Trojans. Run all over them on national television. Embarrass the team that was ranked No. 1 in the preseason. Show all the college football poll voters that his high-scoring, fast-paced Ducks are not just the most exciting team in the nation, but the best team, too.
And perhaps the voters in the Harris and Coaches polls and those six blasted BCS computer rankings which have determined that Oregon is the fourth-best team in the country, behind Alabama, Kansas State and Notre Dame would get the hint, too.
Because as we enter November, the Ducks are in one of those college football conundrums that make us wish the playoff system would start right now.
Oregon, the nations highest-scoring team with 53.4 points per gam...