Posted November 04, 2012 on
No. 18 USC fell 62-51 to No. 2 Oregon on Saturday in the Coliseum. Hear from Coach Lane Kiffin, Matt Barkley, and Marqise Lee in the postgame press conference.
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LOS ANGELES - Nelson Agholor had just 107 receiving yards through the first eight games of his career. He surpassed that total with 162 yards receiving on just six catches in USCs 62-51 loss against Oregon last Saturday.
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Less than a week ago, I mused about whether USC head coach Lane Kiffin’s job was in trouble after their debacle at Arizona last Saturday. The loss was an ugly one that knocked the Trojans out of contention for anything but the Pac-12 title and maybe an at-large BCS berth if they don’t win the conference.
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Former USC running back Marc Tyler gave some harsh criticism of Trojans quarterback Matt Barkley while watching USC lose to Oregon 62-51 on Saturday.
Tyler offered his thoughts over Twitter after seeing the Trojans unable to keep up with the Ducks.
Barkley is not that good sorry sc fans
— Marc Tyler (@M_Tyler26) November 3, 2012
Get mad ifu want i just speak the truth
In a hyped matchup of superstars that featured Matt Barkley, Marquise Lee, De’Anthony Thomas and Marcus Mariota, it was another, less glamorous player who was the difference in Oregon’s 62-51 shootout win over USC on Saturday night.
His name is Kenjon Barner, and he not only had a night to remember, but one that set the Los Angeles Coliseum record books on fire. In the process...