Just with everything USC has gone through over the last year or so, with the coaching changes, the bans, the top recruits leaving to go to other schools.. you'd have thought because of how strong of a program they have that they would go through without problem because if you think about it, their 3rd stringers could be starters on another squad.. but after the Hawaii game, it makes you wonder.. is it over for them? Stats that you'd never expect from a USC team against a WAC team: Points Given Up: 36 Passing Yards: 459 Time of Possession: 32:07 Seriously? Against a Hawaii team? The best Hawaii team a few years ago got destroyed by Georgia, and that same Georgia team that IMO would've been destroyed by USC. Now we're stuck watching a game that one mistake leads to 6 points off the board for USC and on the board for Hawaii, giving Hawaii possibly the biggest upset in school history. USC's schedule: @ Hawaii (W) 49-36 VS Virginia @ Minnesota @ Washington State VS Washington @ Stanford VS California VS Oregon #11 VS Arizona State @ Arizona @ Oregon State #24 VS Notre Dame @ UCLA If their defense continues to play as they did against Hawaii, I could foresee it ending like this. VS Virginia (L) @ Minnesota (W, possible upset) @ Washington State (W) VS Washington (L) @ Stanford (L) VS California (W, don't trust Cal's QB yet) VS Oregon #11 (L) VS Arizona State (L) @ Arizona (L) @ Oregon State #24 (L) VS Notre Dame (L, possible upset of a ranked ND team though) @ UCLA (W, great chance of a L.. but I see USC coming ending the season strong) USC still has some of the greatest athlete's and prospects on their team, but the cloud of everything going on with Bush and the post-season ban seems that it will take a toll on the Trojans this year.