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Have you heard the USC Trojans will be penalized before their football game against UCLA even starts on Saturday?  Apparently, the Trojans want to wear their home jerseys even though the visiting team when they play UCLA this weekend. Both teams wearing home jerseys is a tradition that came to an end back in 1982.  If the NCAA doesn't give them an okay to do it, the penalty is a loss of a timeout in both the first and second half of the game. It doesn't really seem like a big deal for the two teams to wear their home uniforms.  UCLA is powder blue and USC is cardinal red.  Big deal.  I'm not sure what the NCAA is worried about. If they're really concerned maybe they should start looking at some of the other teams jerseys.  For example,  Oregon needs a better look. As long as we're ripping on uniforms, did you see what the Houston Texans were wearing on Monday night? All red does not work!  Anyway, good luck to UCLA and USC.  I hope they can get their fashion issues resolved.

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