No, but a game that has flag-football, playground features in it isn't a game I enjoy watching. No resistance from either team makes it a game where whoever has the ball last should win the game. To each their own, but I get bored watching football games like that.
Those games are fine once in a while. That's only about the 2nd game this year I can recall where it was just insane shootout - WVU/Baylor being the other - and while it's not a game a defensive coordinator loves, sometimes watching teams go back and forth is ridiculously entertaining. Especially compared to 9-6 snoozefests where it's run run pass punt that occur often in SEC/Big 10 games. While sometimes it's just good defenses, it can also be inept offense (like Mizzou/Florida yesterday).
USC fired a student manager for deflating five game balls below regulation levels for the USC-Oregon game last Saturday, the school announced late Wednesday.
The manager, who was not named, admitted to deflating footballs used in the game, according to a report on the school's website. In the report, USC said no coaches, players, staffers or administrators had any knowledge of the manager's actions, which reportedly took place after game officials tested the balls well before kickoff.
Three balls were found to be in violation of NCAA regulations before the game began, and two more were discovered at halftime, meaning some first-half plays featured slightly deflated footballs.
Under-inflated footballs typically travel at a slower speed than fully inflated balls and are thought to be easier to catch and throw.