Just Another Day At USC

Deland McCullough leaves for the Kansas City Chiefs. Tee Martin is talking to the Raiders. Cornerbacks coach Ronnie Bradford interviewed with the New York Jets.

Oh, and the basketball team might be fed up because it is angry guard De’Anthony Melton was declared out for the season.

UPDATED: Bradford said today he has not interviewed with the Jets.

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Deland McCullough To KC

Deland McCullough has accepted a job with the Kansas City Chiefs. Besides being perhaps the top assistant, here is another issue: he was one of only four assistants who actually recruit. This is a big hire for Clay Helton.

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De’Anthony Melton Officially Out For Season

USC officially announced that guard De’Anthony Melton will not play this season. There really was never a chance he would play once he became linked to the FBI investigation. Here is USC’s statement:

“Based on information discovered through its internal investigation regarding the receipt of extra benefits, primarily to a close family friend of De’Anthony Melton, USC has concluded that De’Anthony will not compete with the USC men’s basketball team in the 2017-18 season.

“De’Anthony is a valued member of our program. He will have options for his future at USC, including remaining in school on scholarship while continuing to work on his degree and practicing with the team, and potentially compete for the Trojans in the 2018-19 season.”

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