I'd be careful on USC....as noted on my earlier post, this was a bad scheduling spot for Oregon. USC came out shooting lights out - the Oregon plan was to keep them at the perimeter which they did, USC was just nailing each shot. the 2nd half saw regression in shooting % (naturally). For Oregon, its about offense vs. USC, they have got to find a way into the paint, they didn't last night. They are intimidated by USC's size on entry passes, and attacking the rim. If the latter persists, then they stand no chance, you cannot play scared when facing physicality, you attack and hopefully draw a foul if anything else. Perhaps the fatigue prevented that. We shall see.
USC's stock is high they will play next at Colorado, a team they have lost to 5 straight times, including once earlier this season at home.