USC vs. OSU a Big Game...I Think Not

Rich Perez@Rich_PerezContributor ISeptember 8, 2009

LOS ANGELES, CA - SEPTEMBER 05:  Head coach Pete Carroll of the USC Trojans celebrates during the game against the San Jose State Spartans on September 5, 2009 at the Los Angeles Coliseum in Los Angeles, California.  (Photo by Stephen Dunn/Getty Images)

LAS VEGAS, NV-As I sit here in Las Vegas I realize that the world is highly anticipating the #3 USC vs.#8 Ohio State game in Columbus this weekend. I must say I think this is one of the very easiest games to analyze this weekend. As many of you most likely know I have been predicting outcomes for the past 23 years here in Vegas and have a very solid reputation for picking games. Last week my blockbuster upset on the airwaves and online on sincitypicks was BYU over Oklahoma which by the way...Came in and did very well for a lot of people.

This week I'll have an upset but this won't be it, as Ohio State struggled to shut down a weak NAVY team. No magic for Tressell here as Pete Carroll knows and loves this type of situation and I look for a woeful OSU performance as they will be rattled by USC and another big win USC 41, OSU 13. This is a great team going for a championship vs a good team that may have an outside shot this year. This is basically a view from outside Ohio and Southern Cal which is totally unbiased. Fortunately I have been right way more than wrong over my career, but I can assure you I will not be wrong here. Big win for USC.

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