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Trojans’ 54 yards passing during 10-7 loss to Washington State on Saturday was their lowest total since 1998. Meanwhile, Kiffin named his starting QB in a lonely YouTube video (following the jump).
Well, you had to figure it was going to happen sooner rather than later: Andy Enfield, fresh off leading Florida Gulf Coast to the finest NCAA Tournament run a 15 seed ever had, would get job offers at much bigger (and better-paying) programs. And unsurprisingly, he jumped on one – he’s the new head coach at USC. While I congratulate Enfield on all his success and the new gig he parlayed that success into, this is also a bit of a personal matter for me. Why? I was one of the applicants Enfield beat out for the job. Regardless, after the jump I attempt to objectively analyze the Trojans’ decision.
USC Talked To Tim Floyd About Its Basketball Coach Job. Come On, Guys, You’re Ignoring Fresh New Faces.
USC is looking for a basketball coach to replace the fired Kevin O’Neill. As you might remember, I threw my name into the ring, thanks to USC posting the job publicly on the school’s website. Well, since doing that, I haven’t heard back. And I understood… until now.
USC recently parted ways with basketball coach Kevin O’Neill, and anyone is free to apply to be his replacement… so I did. And I feel pretty good about my chances. Check out my foolproof tactics after the jump.
I finally figured it out. Lane Kiffin is not overrated. Lane Kiffin is not in over his head. And that is because Lane Kiffin is not even a football coach at all. Lane Kiffin is an artist, and his body is his canvas. His artistic aim? Provide college football fans everywhere with endless entertainment at his expense.
It might be the weirdest story of the college football season: USC fired a student manager and was fined by the Pac-12 after it turned out said manager was deflating footballs during the Trojans’ 62-51 loss to Oregon last weekend. The strategy, especially considering USC lost, was doomed from the start, so we decided to help USC with a few more potentially-successful ways to bend the rules next time.
Each week, we’ll bring you the AP’s college football rankings, and throw in our patented mix of bitchy sarcastic analysis and incredibly premature snap judgements. It’s all after the jump. Enjoy!
The USC Trojans recently put up 30 billboards around Southern California featuring a hopeful Matt Barkley’s face and the slogan, “We Play To Finish” emblazoned to the left. That’s OK. What wasn’t OK for someone, or some entity, was the fact that one of those billboards was a short walk from UCLA’s campus. The details, after the jump.
A group of roughly 30 Penn State players today walked out of the school’s football building, stood in front of the assembled media, and announced their intention to stay in the pile of flaming wreckage that is the Nittany Lions’ football program.
That hasn’t stopped opposing coaches from getting real creepy.
The Juice Is Loose! A Porno Called “Gangbang Girl #32″ Was Filmed At The Historic L.A. Coliseum 10 Years Ago
The L.A. Times has a gem of a story this morning involving a “2000 or 2001″ film shoot that occurred at the the taxpayer-owned Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum. The film in question? “Gangbang Girl #32.” More info, after the jump.