For Oregon, USC a Tougher Test Than Stanford

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The great debate over which quarterback is more dangerous, Andrew Luck or Matt Barkley, was tossed away on Thursday as if there's no correct answer.

Oregon coach Chip Kelly heard the question, then asked, "Who's the best supermodel?" And before anyone could blurt out "Gisele Bundchen," Kelly asked, "Do you want to have a Ferrari or a souped-up Mercedes?"

Look beyond Kelly's rhetorical barbs, and the coach made the case the quarterbacks at Stanford and USC are both exceptional and equally dangerous. Doesn't matter which you pick.

And Kelly must know he's flat wrong -- USC poses a threat Stanford didn't.

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