Week 2 Roundup: 5 Things That Matter, Winners, Losers, Overrated, Underrated

Week 2 Roundup: 5 Things That Matter, Winners, Losers, Overrated, Underrated

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Week 2 Roundup: 5 Things That Matter, Winners, Losers, Overrated, Underrated

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3. The Most Overrated Thing Was …

The Pac-12 Quarterback Concerns … 

Particularly at USC.

It’s not like JT Daniels was the no-doubter No. 1 guy coming out of Trojan spring and fall camps. Jack Sears and Matt Fink were neck-and-neck-and-neck for the starting job, but they bolted once it became Daniels’ starting gig.

Fink returned from the transfer portal, but after Daniels was lost for the year with a knee injury, former fourth-string freshman Kedon Slovis was the next-best option against a Stanford defense that did awful things to the Northwestern quarterbacks the week before.

So that was it for the USC season, the Clay Helton era, and …

Slovis hit 28-of-33 passes for 377 yards and three scores with no picks in a stunning 45-20 win over the Cardinal.

On the other side, KJ Costello was out after getting hit in the head against the Wildcats, and Davis Mills came in and was just fine, hitting 22-of-36 passes for 237 yards and a score with a pick.

Slovis would’ve been the talk of the Pac-12 this week, but …

NEXT: The most underrated thing was …

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