On line sports gambling news from Southern Cal began with a major coaching earthquake that had massive gambling sports fallout with several programs. Pete Carroll, who led the Men of Troy to phenomenal on line sports gambling success decided to again try his hand at NFL coaching for the 2010 gambling sports season as he resigned from USC to coach the Seattle Seahawks.
Lane Kiffin took his place after just one sportsgambling season at Tennessee where he became known throughout on line sports gambling as “The Mouth of the South.” Kiffin left Tennessee by police escort and has since received numerous death threats.
He also left Tennessee in better on line sports gambling shape than he found it, however, as most recruiting agencies ranked the Volunteer class as one of the top 10 in all of on line sports gambling.
But Kiffin had even better on line sports gambling success in his first two weeks at USC as he hauled in a top five class that was considered by one recruiting agency as the best in the nation.
USC is coming off a disappointing on line sports gambling season in which they went 9-4 straight up and a dismal 4-9 against the spread while finishing an alarming fifth in the Pac-10 Conference on line sports gambling race. Carroll departed under the cloud of a NCAA investigation.
Kiffin was charged with cleaning up the mess and getting the program back on track for 2010. While recruiting went well Kiffin is never one to be satisfied. He is still trying to complete the process of getting his coaching staff in order and finishing up the investigation with the NCAA.
Kiffin remains excited about quarterback Matt Barkley who started off the 2009 season with a bang before struggling in the second half of the campaign. Barkley finished with a 15/14 touchdown to interception ratio.
The offense will have to replace six starters. Kiffin’s dad Monte, a top shelf defensive guru, will run the defense and ace recruiter Ed Orgeron will coach the defensive line as well as inject much needed intensity to Heritage Hall.