Whether he goes to Oklahoma or Mississippi, I just want him to tell us what his conversation was like with Lincoln Riley when he realized he didn’t have a future at USC.
The Oklahoma wide receiver beat Caleb Williams to the punch by committing to USC. Did you know he is 5-9?
He is in pole position to land Jaxson Dart and Michael Trigg. How much does he love Lincoln Riley?
He’s one injury away from being the starting QB . . . if he stays at USC.
Joe B. Hall
The former Kentucky coach died at age 93 on Saturday. He won a national title in 1978. I’m mentioning him because in 1979, USC athletic director Dick Perry tried to hire Hall to replace Bob Boyd. Hall declined and stayed at Kentucky until 1985. Perry ended up hiring Stan Morrison.
Are the people who built up so many of the players Lincoln Riley is getting rid of going to criticize him for doing it? Never. But they made some of these players out to be future stars at USC. So either they were wrong or Riley is wrong.
Instead, they will pretend they never wrote such flowery praise of the players because they won’t want to be seen as disagreeing with Riley. That’s how the fawning media works.
How many times did you read how USC was ranked higher than any Trojan team since the 1970’s? Did anyone besides me mention how easy the schedule was?
And let’s remember USC was ranked No. 1 by UPI and No. 2 by the AP in 1971. This current team is not to be compared because it doesn’t compete against the best. And that is Andy Enfield’s fault. Not the players.
If you disagree, read this look at the 1973-74 schedule and tell me how this year compares?
The former USC assistant coach turned Fox analyst needed to be prodded Saturday night to admit Oregon is a top 4 team in the Pac-12 after it beat UCLA and USC in L.A.
His USC career is over before it hardly began. Good luck at Texas or wherever he ends up.
He got beat out by a three-star at USC (Kedon Slovis) and two-star at Georgia (Stetson Bennett). Next stop, Zaxby’s!