Wasn’t USC Hiring A “Corners Coach” Before Special Teams?

Clay Helton said on Wednesday that USC would have a “corners coach soon” and then a special teams coordinator and defensive line coach.

But he already knew USC was hiring Sean Snyder as special teams coach. So why didn’t he just announce him first? And when will he leak the cornerbacks coach hiring to one of the national media?

It’s just not his way to tell the truth.

  • Douglas Hodge, the former CEO investment giant PIMCO, was sentenced to nine months in prison for paying $850,000 in bribes to get four of his children into USC and Georgetown as phony soccer and tennis team recruits. Two of the four children gained admission to USC.

It was the longest sentence to date for a parent in the College Admissions Scandal.

5 thoughts on “Wasn’t USC Hiring A “Corners Coach” Before Special Teams?

  1. I would re-check that so called ‘prison’ … never heard of 9 months in prison…jail time , as in a misdemeanor, yes.
    Glad I am not one of the overjoyed ones on these huge waste of time and money, courts and so called fbi millions they are spending…while the real criminals rip us off.

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