The USC Circus
Where else does a football coach fire 14 assistant coaches and the athletic dept. acts like there’s nothing wrong with it? USC, of course.
Never won more than nine games. Never did anything to speak of in the NFL. But he stuck close to Nick Saban and got the Texas job.
The nation’s No. 1-ranked player, according to some, got maximum publicity by committing to USC.
If the Badgers land Markese Stepp, USC fans will get to see how good he really is.
It lost Talanoa Hufanga, Alijah Vera-Tucker, Amon-Ra St. Brown, Marlon Tuipolotu, Olaijah Griffin and Markese Stepp. And at least two more departures are likely to come.
If USC spent as much time improving players as bragging about commitments, it might be somebody.
Two bowl losses by a combined 49 losses. And it would have been worse if USC played in a bowl game.
These two tweets speak volumes:
Known @CoachSark for 20 years & from the moment we met it was clear how unique of a coach/leader he was. His ability to teach & relate to young men & his staff is incredible. He's been through a lot in his high profile career & think he is primed to thrive at @TexasLonghorns— Yogi Roth (@YogiRoth) January 3, 2021
One of the most talented coaches I’ve ever been around. A former teammate, worked w/ him at USC & been around him as a coach for last 15 years. A HUGE get for @ArizonaFBall. OL, scheme, recruiting & most importantly, an incredible human. @CoachJeddFisch putting it together💫🏈 https://t.co/FIzDY3Av4C— Yogi Roth (@YogiRoth) January 1, 2021