You notice how fast coaching moves seem to take place at other schools?
Michigan loses its offensive coordinator and hires Josh Gattis of Alabama. The next day Jim Harbaugh is interviewing Boston College co-defensive coordinator coach Anthony Campanile for a secondary job.
There seems to be a plan.
Alabama has lost five assistants. But it lost six the year before. No one is worried because Nick Saban knows what he is doing.
But at USC things seem to move at a glacial pace. Names get floated for offensive coordinator but there seems to be no game plan other than hiring Kliff Kingsbury, who wanted to live in Southern California.
Now what is Plan B?
Clay Helton never seems to have a Plan B. Neither does USC these days.