There were so many Trojan heroes on this night and they will be discussed over and over again by USC fans through the years but for now we will simply say thank you to players like Matt Leinart, Steve Smith, Reggie Bush, Shaun Cody, Matt Grootegoed, Lofa Tatupu, Justin Wyatt and all the others for the job they did last night and all season long. It almost feels wrong to leave anybody out at this point because there were so many top performances in this game but we are running to catch a flight to the airport now on our way back to Southern California and we will have more in-depth coverage once we return. A special thanks as well to Pete Carroll, Norm Chow, Ed Orgeron and the coaching staff for the job they did as the players weren't the only ones who put together an amazing night in this game.
That was a satisfying victory. The USC Trojans defeated the Oklahoma Sooners on Tuesday night by a score of 55-19 to capture to national championship of college football and they did it in a dominating fashion that should leave no doubt as to who is the top team in the country this year.
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