From his ESPN bio, Wojciechowski wrote several books, including these: I Love Being the Enemy: A Season on the Court with the NBA’s Best Shooter and Sharpest Tongue (Simon & Schuster 1995) with Reggie Miller and Nothing but Net: Just Give Me the Ball and Get Out of the Way (Hyperion Books 1995) with Bill Walton"
http://espn.go.com/college-football/story/_/id/8356435/college-football-usc-trojans-win-and-need-play-betterThese ESPN reporters have surprisingly poor journalistic skills. Among their chief problems is that they confuse op-ed and their personal bias with actual reporting.
And, let's get straight this "reporters" bias.
quote: Wojciechowski earned a bachelor’s degree in communications and journalism from the University of Tennessee in 1979, where he was a "walk-on" player on the football team.
USC travels 3 time zones, plays at the equivalent of 12:30 PM PST, the single worst weather to confront a collegiate football game this year, MB7 completes 6 TD passes, USC Defense stops Syracuse's pass attack, and this guy Wojciechowski "has alot of questions"?
Go back to SEC coverage Wojciechowski, at least your bias will help you there. Instead, you look like a SEC shill at ESPN. How's that Alabama v. Western Kentucky game? Was easier to do, USC v. a division FCS school or will you be complaining at strength of schedule like you do about USC v. Hawaii?
ESPN should be embarassed to call this "reporting". It's more reasonable to just go to a blog because the fans and people who were at the game have more observations and reporting than keyboard jockeys at ESPN.
One other thing, SEC is making overtures that they are "renegotiating" the lucrative SEC media contracts. So, expect these brown nosing reporters to kiss more SEC AD's before the year is done.