Interesting that USC fired its HC hours after losing to Stanford at home last weekend. USC was favored by 17 and Stanford hasn’t been expected to make a bowl game this year. Could USC be looking at the 2nd greatest transition in college football history? LOL!
Firing a coach two games into the season means a wrong decision was made. Either it’s a knee jerk reaction or it’s a late decision that should have been made the year previous. Either way, a wrong decision.
USC presumably has money that we don’t have(this is a guess on my part) to get away with this, but even if we had the money, I don’t understand firing someone so early in the season. Yes, despite my involvement in the “Fire Geoff Collins” thread, I don’t actually want anyone to get fired right this second.