Oregon and USC play Saturday in Los Angeles. Since the Trojans have dropped two games already, the game doesn't have the same luster it had before the season. But, fans should still watch because there's no telling what might happen at the Coliseum.
That's because Lane Kiffin's involved. Whenever someone so shady is around, there's no telling what will happen.
Sure, Kiffin's been an easy target. He seems to like it that way. And when a coach goes so far as to have players switch jerseys at halftime so opponents would be deceived while watching film, he leaves us no other choice.
How dedicated to underhanded tactics must a man be to go this far to get over? Coming up with the idea was one thing. Actually putting it into action? Isn't it easier to just tell the truth?
This was so unethical that the act itself is the first one listed under "unethical practices" in the NCAA rule book. Seriously, when the NCAA can't think of anything more unethical, you're really, really stooping.
Or, you're just Lane Kiffin, a man who has most certainly earned his own episode of "Bomani & Jones."