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Sebastian LaRue just decommitted. USC is a sinking ship. LM3 would have to be crazy to get onboard.
"I never knew I had a foot until I noticed it was on your neck"
This seemed to be rumored for a while hopefully you are right and everyone is bailing
Why have they not hired a DC yet?
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I thought one of the main factors working against USC was that they had a limited number of scholarships...the newly opened spots could end up helping them with LM3
Don't think so, and it is crazy to think that LM3 would EE at a school when he's never met his future coaches....
Its far from a sinking ship and one that will remain afloat
USCw is a super power and all it will take is a better staff and sanctions to end for them to clean up in recruiting again, USC sucks right now and I feel they need to distance themselves from Lane and the type of kids he recruits anyways
That was such a failure of a hire
This post has been edited 2 times, most recently by LSUNoVa97443 15 months ago
well we will know tomorrow /crosses fingers
USC is capable of falling into oblivion. They need to get rid of Lane ASAP and need to make the right hire after or they could be in trouble UCLA is emerging, Washington is on the rise Stanford is a legitimate program.
I agree, they are a superpower. However, I wouldn't expect much from them the next 2 years.
He jumps on that ship only if he's a fool. He doesn't sound like a fool at all.
They would have fit him in. They've lost 5 commitments in the last few weeks....
LaRue has decommitted. USC can fall into oblivion but they won't. UCLA could win a NC and they'll never out recruit USC. Problem is recruiting Stanford like players who want to win, but primadonnas who are only happy if they get the ball. Kiffin sucks.
I agree with that assessment pretty much, but IMO Lane should have been fired this season. after another 8-4 season next year (maybe worse) if they make a bad hire they will fall a bunch. SC they had a stretch from 1989-2001 where they didn't win 10 games in a season even premiere programs can have horrible stretches and if you really want to get technical outside of 1988 you'd have to go back to 1979 to see there next 10 win season. all of those seasons were 12 game seasons.
Couldnt happen to a better person in ole Laney! Smug prick!
I agree those schools can and will keep it interesting, but nothing touches the recruiting advantage USC will always have
USC is the best recruiting power there is
All they need is a good staff and most would jump at the chance to coach there
If they were smart they would throw the checkbook at Chris Peterson, he would be scary at USC
I believe this is actually year 2 of scholarship reductions.
Who all has decommitted from them so far?
lolz, he loves music more than football clearly and he wouldn't be a fool at all if he chose USC
IIRC Redfield, Vanderdoes, and now Larue, and that Massington WR
I know he loves music, but who says he loves it more than football?
In fact, if he loves music so much and if he wants to get into the hip hop game and produce records then he's wasting his time going to college.
This post was edited by napoleon 15 months ago
Larue and Massington were apparently processed in order to create room. Them not being in USC's class had been expected for awhile now.
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He has a few times and its certainly more likely to be his career for much longer
They're both WRs and Woods is going pro. Who are they making room for. They need someone for Wittick to pass to.
Heres what USC mod has to say,
"If USC can get LMIII into school this month, we believe he will end up a Trojan."
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