USC Notes: Pump Brakes On Low-Level Hires

  • I’m not sure why people applaud support staff hires? None of them really know what these people will do or how much impact it actually has on recruiting. Is it better to have more support staff? But it’s ridiculous to label them an “asset” before you have a clue what they are doing. I’ve yet to see a recruit pick USC (or any other school) because of a support staffer.
  • USC’s new assistant coaches will finally address the media on Tuesday.
  • USC forward Nick Rakocevic has reportedly lost 17 pounds since Friday because of the flu. He is scheduled to play tonight vs. Arizona.
  • In Varsity Blues legal news, the trial of Lori Loughlin and Mossimo Giannulli is scheduled to begin Oct. 5. Jury selection will begin Sept. 28. 

7 thoughts on “USC Notes: Pump Brakes On Low-Level Hires

  1. Serious question –What kind of medical attention is Nick getting? 17 pounds of weight loss in less than a week suggests he’s not being properly re-hydrated.

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  2. I don’t pay attention to any of the off season decorations that USC hangs on their football program in order to appease, or excite their fans. And all the analysts, and retread coaches won’t make any difference at all, because when it’s all said and done, Clay Helton is still the head coach .

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  3. Wolf, weren’t you the one complaining about there being a skeleton crew for a support staff in recruiting last year? Now that they’ve made some hires, you are complaining about this/them now? What gives?

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