I will be on with Keyshawn Johnson around 9:15 a.m. on 710-AM. That should be interesting.
Now, I want to kind of tie everything together because Mike Bohn cannot be honest about anything this week and thinks he is at Cincinnati.
Bohn was looking for another coach. He definitely spoke to Bob Stoops and eiher spoke to or put out feelers to Urban Meyer.
Now the real question is how committed USC was to hiring a new coach?
If they didn’t want to pay Stoops’ assistant coaches, they weren’t serious. If they didn’t want to get past preliminary talks with Meyer, they weren’t serious. If they didn’t want to contact/hire James Franklin or Matt Campbell, they weren’t serious.
Too many people within the athletic dept. are pointing to USC not wanting to spend properly.
This is where Bohn needed to develop spine. He came all the way to USC. He should have gotten assurances from Carol Folt that money was not an obstacle because it is Bohn’s reputation that is now in tatters.
Bohn also sanctioned the amateur hour act this week where USC waited and waited to bring Clay Helton back. It’s an insult to the loyal fans, who deserved better treatment.
Bohn’s performance the past two weeks was a dereliction of duty.