Imposters Call Top Coaches About USC Coaching Job
The once imposing college football program at the University of Southern California has been relegated to dealing with plain old posing. USC officials confirmed yesterday that the school had not reached out to Denver Broncos assistant coach Jack Del Rio or former Super Bowl champion coach Tony Dungy about the head coaching position for USC’s storied football team. Rather, two individuals falsely claiming to be high-ranking USC reps solicited both men’s interest in the position, which is open after the team fired Lane Kiffin on September 29. And to add insult to injury, Dungy roundly rejected the fraudulent feeler on national radio.