Like him or not, Mike Bohn is more sensitive to what gets written about USC than his predecessors.
He didn’t like the way it came out yesterday that Alabama might play TCU instead of USC, so he tweeted about it.
I enjoy regular conversations with @Greg_Byrne. We have every intention of playing our game against Alabama.— Mike Bohn (@USC_mikebohn) May 13, 2020
I’d like to remind all our fans that this is an uncertain time and there will be much disinformation. We continue to explore every model for the 2020 football season.
Greg Bryne is the Alabama athletic director, who reportedly turned down the USC job, probably because he wanted to fire the football coach.
So again, Bohn tried to address the topic of the day. And he did not deny the Paul Finebaum report, because he knows USC’s chances of playing are less than Alabama’s on Sept. 5.
It really must have killed Bohn those weeks in December and January when he went underground and could not talk to the public while getting roasted on his decision to bring back Clay Helton.
And the darn TCU story stepped on his apparently off-the-record chat with “the media” yesterday. No invitation for me or Petros Papadakis even though Bohn told me he reads this blog. Probably would be too much for Brandon Sosna to hear a tough question.
This ain’t “The Media” Bohnerino https://t.co/Jn8s7yZQEB— PetrosAndMoneyShow (@PetrosAndMoney) May 13, 2020