Clay McGuire officially named USC offensive line coach

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  1. GoSC27!

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    Please keep us posted, we all would like to see that. Thanks for the update!
    Fight On!
     
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    Scott Rodriguez said:
    We will know if anything has changed within the first couple of games. Conditioning start on Tuesday, McGuires first time meeting the boys.

    Thanks for some inside stuff, I just know our super star is ahead of the curve on this CONDITIONING thing.
    The mother of all years has begun, can't wait for spring ball.
    ANIMO! ANIMO!!!
     
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    I am super happy for this hire. I looked up Clay McGuire's salary at Texas state and it was around $120K/year. I am sure Drevno was making at least $500K from USC. Hopefully, USC was able to hire McGuire on a one year $300K deal. When Drevno was fired, I was certain that USC would try to hire a big name who would want a couple years guaranted.

    The new tight ends coach and OL coach will be on one year deals. The buyout for clay drops by half from this year to next year. The buyout is also similar at the end of 2022 as 2021 because the staff would need to be re signed after 2021 with raises and probably for two years.

    the end of 2021 is the time to make the call. Waiting until the end of 2022 forces a decision on whether to extend clay, so if Bohn knows Clay is a loser, the time to do it is next year. Also Bohn knows that going into p12 2023 negotiations with Clay as head coach isn't going to provide him with any leverage. He will need to hire a proven coach who will instill fear in the rest of the p12 that he will make SC great again. We are not a great team right now.

    The new coach will have carte blanche as to what assistants he wants. Any coach will want to keep Donte.
     
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    Preemptive
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  6. Troy70

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    Thanks for your view. SC has to be able to run to win
     
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    I'm just fed up with the coaching changes, excuses, usc football hierarchy and that misguided A-hole walking the sidelines. Win some F'ing games. Try that Shit out and see how that works.
     

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