Every time USC hires someone, like a strength coach or a recruiting analyst, I get told how Mike Bohn is adding another piece to the puzzle and building a better program.
But here is the problem: This is a job for Bohn and his minions.
So they can live with a 5-1 season where USC looks awful vs. Arizona, and barely beats unimpressive UCLA and Arizona State. Oh, and loses to two-loss Oregon.
They could live with the 8-5 season in 2019.
But the fans, who have the passion, cannot live with these middling results. They want more. They want their old USC back.
They don’t want to hear about Mark Ratner (above) from the movie, “Fast Times at Ridgemont High.” Ratner held the title, “assistant to the assistant manager of the movie theater.”
The fans want real change. Got it?
- Ryan Nielsen parlayed his LSU job offer into a three-year contract extension and assistant head coach title from the New Orleans Saints.