The Heisman winner on what he's learned this college season: "I’ve second guessed them all year long (offensively), and I’ve realized their front seven on there defense is as good as anyone and can keep them in games. Their young kid at quarterback, Everett Gholson, is starting to come into his own. I think it started with a couple of drives he had against Stanford before getting hurt, and then in the Pitt game where he struggled through out the game and they almost lost that in overtime, but managed to win it. He had some key plays, two point conversions and all of that and it’s really starting to come to him. I don’t second guess anything of these guys. They run the ball extremely well, they can run the ball against anyone, and Gholson has the playmaking ability at quarterback. I agree they haven’t been consistent on offense, it’s not a dynamic passing game, but they play these close to the vest games where they’ve been managing to win them all year. So I give up on second guessing, I do believe the USC game will be very tough though."
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