By Matt Wadleigh, Trojans Wire: The Travis Dye injury occurred on Friday night, and nothing which happened on a busy college football Saturday changed the fact that it was the saddest, most unfortunate event of the weekend on the field.
None of the other teams in contention for a College Football Playoff berth suffered an injury as significant as USC did. In the narrow confines of “how will this affect teams’ chances for the playoff?”, USC took the biggest hit.
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Oregon fans wanted to face Travis Dye and #USC in the #Pac12 Championship Game. Now that won’t happen, even if USC and UO play in Vegas.
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