USC Notes: Some Traditions Have Not Died

USC pie-throwing in 1954 and 2022.

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  • Former USC defensive lineman Uchenna Nwosu has agreed to a two-year, $20 million deal, including $10.5 million guaranteed with the Seattle Seahawks. Nwosu spent four years with the Chargers.
  • This is how USC succeeds in spinning stories. Four athletic directors were named NACDA FBS athletic director of the year. But USC said Bohn was “the” winner and the media went along with it.
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12 thoughts on “USC Notes: Some Traditions Have Not Died

  1. Bohn hasn’t accomplished a damn thing yet. Hiring Riley … great, you should’ve done it a year ago. Do good in 2022 and I’ll adjust my assessment. USC media and fans just love kissing Bohn’s ass. Sick!

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  2. Look at that degenerate, unshaven, drunken basketball coach at Notre Dame. Digger Phelps probably drinking a couple scotches right now.

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  3. I do think that he is a good AD. Far better than the ones we have had recently. I even think Folt is a good president. I know that won’t go over well on this website.

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    1. Folt lost her credibility and INTEGRITY when she stated that it was 100% Bohn’s call whether to keep Helton and who to hire as his replacement. She basically cut his balls off. Bohn on the other hand left a pretty good job at Cinncinnati thinking that he had complete control of the Athletic Department. Guess the didn’t cross the Ts and dot the Is.

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    2. When she sold the house in San Marino, that told me that she does not respect tradition or appreciate what other’s before her have done for USC. She could have bought her own house in Santa Monica. She is in it for herself.

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  4. >>This is how USC succeeds in spinning stories. Four athletic directors were named NACDA FBS athletic director of the year. But USC said Bohn was “the” winner and the media went along with it.<<

    You realize that USC is entitled to celebrate the individual successes of its members even if others receive the same accolades, right? You may as well criticize USC for celebrating All-American honors its players and its players alone receive when players from other schools receive the same honor.

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