If dominoes fall right, Trojans could see Lane Kiffin
(Gary Klein | Los Angeles Times)
Since college football’s coaching carousel is in full swing, and it’s great sport to predict where the dominoes might fall, here’s a compelling scenario for USC fans to consider…
Helton will lead USC into Las Vegas Bowl vs. Fresno State
(Rahshaun Haylock | Fox Sports West)
By the time USC wraps up its season, they will have had nearly half as many head coaches in 2013 as they have wins. The question is, will there be a nine or a 10 in the win column once all is said and done?
The Trojans second interim head coach of the season, Clay Helton, hopes it’s 10. Having a double-digit win total is very much a goal for the Trojans as they head into bowl season.
USC Trojans vs. Fresno State Bulldogs Complete Game Preview
(Trenise Ferreira | Bleacher Report)
After a 9-4 effort on the season, the USC Trojans will clash with the 11-1 Fresno State Bulldogs in the Royal Purple Las Vegas Bowl on Dec. 21. The No. 20 Bulldogs experienced a very successful 2013 season, led by a potent offense and stellar quarterback play from Derek Carr.
Kessler finally joins forces with Sarkisian
(Johnny Curren | Pac-12 Blog)
When Cody Kessler went through the recruiting process, the Bakersfield (Calif.) Centennial product found himself being wooed by big-name college coaches from Lane Kiffin to Nick Saban to Dave Wannstedt. But none was more fervent in his pursuit than Washington’s Steve Sarkisian.
Offense: Who Stays? Who Goes?
(ShotgunSpratling | Conquest Chronicles)
With yesterday’s reports that Washington assistant coaches Johnny Nansen and Keith Heyward will be joining new head coach Steve Sarkisian’s USC coaching staff, it is official that change is coming.