Are the USC Trojans in deep trouble after the Alabama massacre?

  • Taylor Henry: Significant Deal- USC is 0-3 since removing the interim tag from Clay Helton. USC was out classed, out manned, and ill prepared. Not taking away from how good Alabama is, but that looked like USC shouldn't be on the same field as Alabama, like a squash game, when USC is supposed to be an upper tier football institution.Jose Bouquett: Little deal: USC had no chance going into the game. No one gave them a chance because they didn't have one. If Alabama had any other offensive coordinator the game would ended in a closer margin Alabama is in another league compared to USC. USC isn't even the best team in the PAC-12. This is exactly what was suppose to happen just with larger margin due to a salty Lane Kiffin.Simeon Moses: It will be little deal unless coupled with a big loss to Stanford in two weeks. Alabama was fully expected to win this game. The only reason for concern for folks was the margin of victory. If USC beats Utah State and at least keeps it close against Stanford it will be just talking points for the pundits A.J. Hotchkins Jersey. If Stanford crushes USC though the water will start to get hot for Helton.Alois Piet: Big deal: Alabama was a test for the new team under Helton and they failed miserably. Trojans were not asked to win the game, of course, but the way they lost it is alarming. Definitely not ready on offense, the new QB does not seem to be ready yet . USC defense was pretty good in the first quarter but it still looks pretty thin and lacks playmakers outside of Adoree Jackson.