Mike Bohn Might Regret Constantly Saying “Integrity”

Are you tired of how Mike Bohn is always using the word “integrity” when he talks about Clay Helton?

Well, what is Bohn going to say about Andy Enfield?

The basketball program is reportedly under NCAA investigation. It faced an FBI investigation that saw Tony Bland who took a plea deal and was fired by USC.

Is Bohn going to use “integrity” as his benchmark for basketball too?

34 thoughts on “Mike Bohn Might Regret Constantly Saying “Integrity”

    1. Enfield: “If you don’t think I can recruit, look at my wife!”

      Haden on picking Enfield: “Given Andy’s business success, he will be a great Trojan basketball coach.”

      Talk about a non sequitur…

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      1. No NCAA violation for THAT.

        Vavic’s kids were outstanding Water Polo stars, bringing about 7 or 8 natty’s to HH.

        I supposed it was wrong for JK McKay and (egad) Pat Haden to come to USC when JK’s dad was coach.

        Mobley has many years and thousands of hours invested in these 3 or 4 young BIG BB players he brings to USC. He knows these teenagers VERY WELL. I have absolutely no problem putting him on the bench, paying him a salary, and having him help coach these bigs. Enfield was a noted shooter. Maybe Mobley will help develop the Big Guys?

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    2. He has done that , and if some would stay and play ?
      He competes in recruiting against Oregon,Wash,ucla, the ACC,SEC,B10, etc… and wins…if this team gets better on defense , they could be in the top 10.

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  1. I shouldn’t be enjoying what is happening to Folt and Bohn — a bigger person would feel sympathy for their plight. But I’m not a bigger person. They fell for the oldest trick in the book — they tried to please their enemies. The L. A. Times despises everything USC stands for (or should I say “stood for”?). Naturally, they urged USC to avoid Meyer in order to stay pure …and chaste. Now they are laughing their asses off that Folt and Bohn were dumb enough to listen. As of yesterday they were telling USC that only Meyer could have assured a return to greatness…. and that the greatness of the football program is the defining characteristic of USC.
    How predictable is that?
    #NiceWork,USC….YouFellForItHook,Line&Sinker

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    1. Come, come, MG, Bill “bozo u” Plaschke is the LA Fishwrap Clown U cheerleader. I can’t remember the last time Plaschke chastised SUCCX.

      Who can forget Plaschke’s ridiculous “Can’t we all get along,” forgive and forget Josh Allen, hero puff job.

      No LA sportswriter SUCCs like Bill “bozo u’ Plaschke – a tiny man’s SF Chronicle, Ron Fimrite.

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    2. USC. Making all the wrong moves. Bad President. Bad Athletic director. Bad head coach. How does it ever get any better from here out? And we will begin next season with a major league ass kicking. Ya gotta be proud.

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  2. Not one person in the USC administration should ever use the word “Integrity “ as long as Max Nikias is employed at their University, sits on the board, and draws a paycheck. Oh, and let’s not forget about the million dollar payout to Dr. George Tyndall, so he could quietly walk away, as opposed to having him arrested .

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      1. Local publications only demand “integrity” from head football coaches, not board members —
        #ItsCodeFor”WeLoveWatchingYouWallow”….

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  3. The liberal way is to constantly say the same thing over and over until people actually believe it.

    On another subject, did anyone catch Biden calling out an 84 year old farmer yesterday who dared to question Biden’s son getting the sweet gig in Ukraine ? He called the old guy fat, challenged him to an IQ test, do some push ups, told him they should run, it’was stupidity at it’s finest meaning it was just Biden being Biden

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    1. The Biden situation isn’t funny anymore —it’s one thing when he announces a “2 point plan”, gets as far as “part one” —then squints and starts to stutter —–but it’s another when he routinely demeans anyone not asking the “right” question. He’s always been a bit of a bird brain but the anger issues are something new and strange. Those close to him should help him decide to “take some time off to be with the family.”

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      1. I diagnosed DT with dementia back in 2015/6 during his debates.
        It’s an early form, I suspect.

        Biden’s got it also.

        Now most of us will admit that The Gipper likely had dementia during his second term, AND IT WAS HIS BEST term! No? The Gipper likely had some a significant low blood pressure event after being shot to the chest with the resultant lack of oxygen to his brain.

        I guess I’m contradicting myself with the Gipper story, but maybe we should not elect Presidents with early dementia?

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    2. Off topic, yes, but that was crazy Joe Biden at his best.

      His campaign claims that what everybody thought was Biden saying the word “fat” or “fatso” was “facts”.

      #SureItWas

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      1. 67 —No way! Joe wouldn’t call the guy fat! Not after saying that he was sedentary …couldn’t do push ups…. couldn’t run a race …watched television all day. Everyone knows the only word to describe such a person is “facts.”

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    3. “The liberal way is to constantly say the same thing over and over until people actually believe it.”

      I believe you’ve mistakenly confused “liberal” with “Trump/Fox News.”

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      1. As one of the (few) intellectually honest communists, a guy named Gramsci, said at the tail end of the last world war, “In dire times, all news becomes propaganda.” Corporations don’t buy 50 story buildings and pay huge staffs to get out the truth ….

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      2. You need to keep up, The Judge Andrew Napolitano on the Murdoch Brothers FNC is calling for Trump’s impeachment. Meanwhile your beloved CNN and MSNBC are running a doctored tape provided by the Democrats.

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      3. 22 — Poor Napolitano. He was born to be a high school civics teacher. As a 16 year old I would have found him lots of fun. Listening to him today — trying to tackle complex political issues— is a whole different deal.

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    4. Biden set up an IRS Subchapter S corporation for his book gig/speaking gigs.

      Allows him to avert paying payroll taxes on these gigs–a 15.4% tax savings (2.9% at the very least, given his wealth). Given the recent corporate tax changes, his income tax on these gigs was reduced
      from the max 35% to 21%.

      While the tax codes often assist farmers, my guess is that Biden has dodged taxes far more than the old 84 year old farmer.

      FYI–Michelle and Barack Obama did not set up the Subchapter S corp for all their speaking and book gigs, effectively paying the full 35% on the $Millions they have earned after leaving office.

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      1. that’s ok…they have increased every possible tax, fee…u name it…on all working,to buy votes to keep country in debt …BUT
        one is smart to take advantage of all tax breaks …SOME ARE APPARENTLY TOO DUMB

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  4. This song pretty much sums up USC

    Hopelessly passing your time in the grassland away
    Only dimly aware of a certain unease in the air
    You better watch out
    There may be dogs about
    I’ve looked over Jordan, and I have seen
    Things are not what they seem
    What do you get for pretending the danger’s not real
    Meek and obedient you follow the leader
    Down well trodden corridors into the valley of steel
    What a surprise
    The look of terminal shock in your eyes
    Now things are really what they seem
    No, this is no bad dream
    The Lord is my shepherd, I shall not want
    He makes me down to lie
    Through pastures green He leadeth me the silent waters by
    With bright knives he releaseth my soul
    He maketh me to hang on hooks in high places
    He converteth me to lamb cutlets
    For lo, He hath great power, and great hunger
    When cometh the day we lowly ones
    Through quiet reflection, and great dedication
    Master the art of karate
    Lo, we shall rise up
    And then we’ll make the bugger’s eyes water
    Bleating and babbling we fell on his neck with a scream
    Wave upon wave of demented avengers
    March cheerfully out of obscurity into the dream
    Have you heard the news?
    The dogs are dead
    You better stay home
    And do as you’re told
    Get out of the road if you want to grow old

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  5. I don’t see what wolf sees I guess, concerning this basketball thing, a fetish he seems to keep bringing up.
    ok Enfield is not a coach that would be in the Jimmy V class …or at Kentucky,Loiusville, Virginia…but he is not a pos like hellton the all time pathological liar in sc history even before the scandals generated by the AD dept under swannie…who is/was ever shall be too dumb to discern a thing,kinda’ like his current replacement.

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