Another thought worth repeating: What penalties would USC face today if Reggie Bush settled his financial disputes immediately? Very few, I believe.
Apparently, Bakersfield is becoming a USC hotbed for recruiting, as kicker Andre Heidari committed over the weekend. He joins quarterback Cody Kessler.
We are still finishing up the Open Forum from last week, but here’s a chance to get started on this week’s version. One question per person please.
More answers on a Monday morning.
Linebacker Jordan Campbell is transferring to Louisville. I mentioned this before and I should again. He was suspended in the spring because of concerns over a car he was seen driving that allegedly belonged to a roommate.
And Lane Kiffin never officially reinstated him to the team following spring practice. So this departure has little to do with the NCAA probation. In truth, Kiffin probably wants the scholarship to try and use before the scholarship reductions go into effect in 2011 because Campbell was never projected to play much.
A soccer question sneaks in and a question about that AP football title in 2004.
It’s a Sunday, as this question will prove.
Does the BCS have the power to strip USC of a football title? That is addressed in this segment.
Who is jacked up for the pending release of “Win Forever,” by Pete Carroll?
I’m not quite sure why the comments section in recent months turned into such a crosstown trash-talk section. So here’s something for you all to discuss a day later.