USC Morning Buzz: Tuesday Notes

  • Former USC baseball coach/player Mike Gillespie makes his final appearance at Dedeaux Field when UC Irvine plays the Trojans tonight. Gillespie is 16-5 vs. USC since taking the Irvine job after being fired by Mike Garrett in 2006.
  • Gillespie won an NCAA title at USC in 1998 and also won a title as a player in 1961 for the Trojans. He is one of only two people to win NCAA titles as a coach and player.His firing will go down as one of the worst decisions in Garrett’s tenure as athletic director.

 

  • Meanwhile, the jury in the Todd McNair trial has asked for a portion of the transcript to be read back to them. The suspense is kiilling me.
  • The NFL Network is counting down its top 100 players. Former USC nose tackle Jurrell Casey is No. 66. He was No. 86 last season.
  • Former USC QB Matt Leinart and former Texas QB Vince Young will speak together in Los Angeles on Sept. 11 ahead of the USC-Texas game. The location for the event is TBA.
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11 thoughts on “USC Morning Buzz: Tuesday Notes

  1. Keely Eure thinks that 2 day deliberations are a a sign that jurors are discussing the amount of damages to award McNair —-but asking to see the transcript of McNair’s testimony suggests they are evaluating McNair’s credibility more than focusing on the issue of damages.
    #SureHopeNCAADoesn’tSkate

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    1. Could be they’re trying to figure how hard he tried to look for work to assess a percentage of responsibility? Every jury I’ve been on was weird in what we asked for and why. Of course it’s probabl just because I was on the panel.

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      1. I WANT to believe you’re right, Pudly (not about you throwing all your panels out of wack [I would be disappointed with anything less]—but about the jury’s desire to assess McNair’s attempt to mitigate damages)……. it would suck SO bad if the NCAA got off the hook on this one.

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    1. “If the score in the eighth is 1,999 – 0, and the bases are loaded, and our pitcher has a perfect game and it’s his turn at bat, I’m putting in a pinch hitter …”

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