We don't usually have much in common with the USC folks. They're a private school, we're a public school. They have plenty of memories of wins in recent Rose Bowls, we have memories of cold, unpleasant losses in San Diego. They have an NFL quarterback, we have a quarterback with a cool haircut. They always win Cal-USC games, we never win Cal-USC games. The list could go on forever.
But things are different this year! Their offensive line is no longer an impermeable fortress of 5-star linemen. Last week against the Lobsterbacks, the USC O-line struggled mightily with pass protection. Their center Cyrus Hobbi was the weak link in the line, a weakness Stanford exploited over and over. O-line issues? Center problems? That sounds very familiar--perhaps we and USC aren't so different after all. Will USC fans join hands with us and sing Kumbaya or will they put us in our place with another beatdown? To answer these burning questions we spoke with DC Trojan and trevor.wong of Conquest Chronicles. Imbibe their wisdom after the jump.
4. Why does it seem like we always play USC after they have dropped a game? Can you guys stop taking your frustrations out on us? Might I suggest UCLA as a better target?
6. Which one of your superstar WRs is going to gouge Cal worse?