Starting tonight against Hawaii, Matt Barkley will have one of the greatest seasons by a quarterback in the history of college football

Expect Matt Barkley to dominate like few others in history.

Sensational senior quarterback Matt Barkley and the University of Southern California Trojans will host the University of Hawaii Warriors later tonight to commence the 2012 campaign at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum.

Led by the 21-year-old Barkley, who has tossed 80 touchdowns, in comparison to a measly 33 interceptions, for 9,054 yards since making his debut in “The City of Angels” as a freshman in 2009, the Trojans sit atop the preseason rakings.

The 6-foot-2, 230 pound Barkley, who is projected to be the first pick in the 2013 NFL Draft, will play behind a veteran offensive line and have countless explosive weapons at his disposal this autumn.

After serving a two year postseason ban, the devout Christian, who starred at nearby Mater Dei High School of Santa Ana, will ultimately guide USC to its 12th national championship.

However, prior to brining more glitter to Tinseltown, Barkley will become the seventh Heisman Memorial Trophy winner from Troy on December 8 at the Best Buy Theater in Times Square, New York.

Granted, Wisconsin running back Montee Ball and Michigan signal-caller Denard Robinson are great talents and they will both also excel on the gridiron this year.

Unfortunately for Ball and Robinson, the strong, accurate, mature and poised Barkley is on the brink of having one of the greatest seasons under center in the history of college football.

Matt Barkley will be the preeminent player on the best team and dominate in a manner reminiscent of a story out of Greek mythology.

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