Auburn (7-5) BYU (4-8) Hawaii (8-5) Cal (7-6) Arizona St (5-7) Stanford (4-7) Notre Dame (5-7) (noteworthy beat Pitt) Washington (6-6) Washington State (9-3) Arizona (2-10) UCLA (6-6) Oregon State (7-5) USC played 7 teams that were 500 or below only two teams were significantly above 500, Washington State and Hawaii. The rest were 1 game away from a nonwinning season (Oregon State, Arizona State) or a losing record (Cal - the same Cal team that apparently should have lost and should not count agains the Trojans). OU on the other hand played Texas (BCS #5), Oklahoma State (9-3), Missouri (8-4), Texas Tech (7-5), Fresno State (8-5)(beat Oregon State one of USC's best opponents) and North Texas (9-3), Kansas State (11-3). OU's weak nonconference teams were Alabama and UCLA (remember UCLA was one of the better teams USC played). Exactly where is the injustice?