This week’s USC-Colorado game is on the Pac-12 Network at 11 a.m. (PT).
I wonder how many people will even bother trying to find someplace to watch the game that would have a month ago?
It’s pretty hard to find a bar/restaurant that has the Pac-12 Network. How motivated will a USC fan be after watching the Stanford and Oregon State losses?
I have no idea. I just know there’s not a lot of excitement. What’s left besides Notre Dame and UCLA on the schedule?
Look at how empty the Coliseum was in the fourth quarter on Saturday night in the photo above. The administration/athletic dept. will be happy to forget it even though we’ve all predicted this for months.
- Anyone who coached at USC will identify with this comment from former women’s soccer assistant coach Laura Janke, who got caught up in the Varsity Blues scandal.
She told a jury the following story this week during the trial of former Wynn Resorts executive Gamal Abdelaziz, who allegedly paid Rick Singer $300,000 in bribes to get his child into USC as a basketball player.
“Ali (Khosroshahin) once said to me that there were two ways of keeping your job at USC,” Janke told the jurors on Monday. “It was to win or it was to bring in money.”
Khosroshahin was the women’s soccer coach when Janke was an assistant. And his story will resonate with other coaches, because USC does only care about winning or bringing in money.