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Mike Bohn Kept Clay Helton But Others May Be Going

I told you this morning Mike Bohn was hiring a friend from Cincinnati to help him. It’s Brandon Sosna, who was senior associate athletic director and chief revenue officer. That sounds a lot like the duties of Steve Lopes, who has been at USC since 1984. There is no word yet on anyone leaving the athletic dept. but it wouldn’t be a surprise if this … Continue reading Mike Bohn Kept Clay Helton But Others May Be Going

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USC's Idea About Winning Might Be Different Than Yours

There is a pattern emerging in the athletic dept. Joyce Bell has been promoted to replace Donna Heinel as Senior Associate Athletic Director. Heinel is facing many charges in the College Admissions Scandal. Bell’s background at USC was originally in compliance. The new deputy athletic director, Paul Perrier, was a long-time compliance employee. The interim athletic director, Dave Roberts, who is now a special assistant … Continue reading USC's Idea About Winning Might Be Different Than Yours

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Mike Bohn Might Regret Constantly Saying "Integrity"

Are you tired of how Mike Bohn is always using the word “integrity” when he talks about Clay Helton? Well, what is Bohn going to say about Andy Enfield? The basketball program is reportedly under NCAA investigation. It faced an FBI investigation that saw Tony Bland who took a plea deal and was fired by USC. Is Bohn going to use “integrity” as his benchmark … Continue reading Mike Bohn Might Regret Constantly Saying "Integrity"

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Carol Folt Takes Credit For Helton Decision

Sources tell me USC president Carol Folt was in meetings on campus yesterday making it clear she took part in the decision to retain Clay Helton and fully supported it. She even volunteered to talk about it in one meeting yesterday, she was so comfortable with the decision. It’s disappointing to hear Folt, who has been a positive presence at USC, gave Mike Bohn her … Continue reading Carol Folt Takes Credit For Helton Decision

Morning Buzz: USC Band Apologizes For Cal Incident

The USC band offered an apology after it said it “inadvertently” played during a memorial tribute to Cal wide receiver Bryce Turner, who died in January during a non-team workout in Southern California. He was 20. Sincere apologies to the family of Bryce Turner and Cal fans for inadvertently performing during his memorial earlier. — The Spirit of Troy (@USCTMB) November 17, 2019 https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js As … Continue reading Morning Buzz: USC Band Apologizes For Cal Incident