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The University of Southern California Trojan's offense was in mid-season form last night against Hawaii.
Their defense? Not so much.
In what turned out to be a shoot out USC beat Hawaii 49-36.
Controversial Head Coach Lane Kiffin though, was not happy with his team's performance. Especially since he was making his debut as the Trojan head man.
He was happy they won, but now how they did it.
"We didn't do it in the style that we wanted. We want to be tough, we want to be disciplined," Kiffin said to the AP. "I thought we were tough today. I thought that we played physical in parts of the game, but we weren't disciplined."
Kiffin couldn't have asked for more from Trojan quarterback Matt Barkley, who 257 yards passing and tied a school record with five TD passes.
His favorite target was receiver Ronald Johnson who matched a school record with his three TD catches.
USC tailback Marc Tyler made his debut as a starter and finished with 154 yards on 17 carries and scored a late touchdown.
But as good as things looked on offense, Coach Kiffin knows he has a lot of work to do on defense before the Trojans are ready for Pac-10 play.