Welcome to 2020!
It looks similar to 2019, however.
At the risk of being repetitive, how does USC change when it has no leadership at the very top of its football program.
The offseason is where excuses get made: It was the defensive coordinator and special teams coach. It’s the small recruiting staff (which produced the nation’s No. 3-ranked class in 2018). It’s the fan base not properly supporting the team.
We all went through this 12 months ago. There was the culture change where Michael Pittman talked about Clay Helton yelling at him once. And then Helton said there was only one penalty during a week of spring practices.
Blah, blah, blah.
At some point, Mike Bohn (when he comes out of hiding) will tell us again Helton is the right man for the job and then he will lecture the fans about “intensity of interest.”
Welcome to 2020.