At least he doesn’t have to wonder when he will land another offensive lineman following the commitment of Micah Banuelos.
The new USC baseball coach got a commitment Monday from Nevada-transfer shortstop Ryan Jackson and Class of 2025 catcher Isaiah Ibarra. He previously landed Cal Baptist catcher Conner Clift.
Asked about Texas and Oklahoma jumping to the SEC and USC, UCLA moving to the Big Ten, he said, “I don’t know if it’s a huge jump to the Big Ten, but going to the SEC is a whole ‘nother animal.”
They were starting to find ways to rationationalize USC’s failure to land offensive linemen because they can never criticize anything. Now they can turn the latest commitment into Bruce Matthews.
USC track and field
Andre De Grasse and Tee Tee Terry won gold medals and ran anchor legs in the 4×100 relays. Nicole Yeargin won a bronze running the 4×400 for Great Britain.
He gets to face the media for the first time Friday since USC and UCLA decided to bolt for the Big Ten. My guess is the media will judge him postively. They can’t help themselves.
Is he going to speak/yell to the media Friday? He’s been pretty quiet since the Big Ten decision.
The commitment of Micah Banuelos showed one thing: USC coaches are going to use the move to the Big Ten as a wedge issue vs. the Ducks.
Still waiting to be declared eligible at Tennessee.
How many USC players are getting real benefits from this outside of Caleb Williams?