This, apparently, was what Andy Enfield meant.
Three years ago, after he was hired as USC's basketball coach, Enfield declared, "If you want to play slow, go to UCLA."
UCLA drubbed USC in the teams' next five meetings. Enfield's early bombast evaporated quickly.
The speed, though, has arrived. On Thursday, for the second time this season, USC ran past UCLA, this time for an easy 80-61 victory.
USC scored 13 fastbreak points. UCLA did not score any.
It was USC's first sweep of UCLA since 2010, and it highlighted two seasons moving in opposite directions. USC (18-5, 7-3 in the Pac-12 Conference) remains one game back...