When USC announced it would move to the Big Ten, Carol Folt said, “we are committed to devoting the necessary resources to ensure our student-athletes can continue to thrive in their classwork with minimal travel disruption.”
But according to the Athletic, “One conference source anticipated that USC and UCLA student-athletes will travel 159 percent more air miles and 44 percent more bus miles in the Big Ten, adding that even if sports are able to charter, travel times will at least double.”
Does that sound like “minimal travel disruption?”
- Did you know USC has an official casino sponsor?
And now it wants you to vote that casino as No. 1 in America. A casino in Temecula? O-K.