Steve Sarkisian Accepts USC Head Coaching Job

NCAA Football: Washington State at Washington

Steve Sarkisian went on Seattle radio and said all he did was discuss the USC job.  Now according to Joe Schad, Sarkisian is the new head football coach of the USC Trojans.

Sarkisian took over Washington in 2009 and led the Huskies to a 34–29 record and 24-21 in the Pac-12 over five seasons.

Washington is 8-4 this season and finished third in the Pac-12 North with a 5-4 conference record. Washington did not play the Trojans this season.

8 thoughts on “Steve Sarkisian Accepts USC Head Coaching Job

  • Charlie Strong or Kirby Smart would’ve been perfect for USC. Steve Sarkisian barely won at Washington and easily the 4 or 5 best coach in the PAC12

  • It’s sad and embarrassing how Universities over look minority candidates to coach but want blacks,samoans and latinos to come to there schools to play football.

  • USC has never had a black head coach. USC has not had a starting black quarterback in 25 years. By the way, a black quarterback has beaten USC two times in a row!

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