I will be completely honest here: I have no idea what article the excerpt below is from and don’t really care.
It’s basically a coach looking at USC basketball through its shortcomings. I’m sure the same coach could say a lot of complimentary things if asked for that too.
But I never get why USC seems to immediately go into “score-settling mode” as soon as it experiences a little success.
Does Oregon State do that? Oral Roberts? Loyola of Chicago? I hope not but I’m not going to check.
One reason I liked covering Pete Carroll was that even if you thought USC was arrogant at the height of his success, it was also a lot of fun. Carroll did it with a smile, a laugh and spring in his step.
I’ve yet to see that from Andy Enfield during the NCAA Tournament.
And then we get this tweet:
Shout out to the “anonymous coach” who provided this scouting report of why @USC_Hoops will get bounced in the first round.— Jordan Moore (@MooreSports) March 23, 2021
I’m guessing he is watching the tournament from his couch. pic.twitter.com/YBXJ5WkTRB