Why trading NFL coaches is less common now, but could happen this year

USC athletic director Mike Bohn walked his new soccer coach Lincoln Riley throughout the highest of the Coliseum on Monday, with the Los Angeles skyline and San Gabriel Mountains because the backdrop, and with every step he punctuated a loud and clear message.

The time for pleasantries has come to an finish.

The West Coast’s preeminent college-football energy had accomplished this conventionally eternally. The Trojans discovered Pete Carroll when he was a failed NFL coach, coming off a year off, and his successor was Lane Kiffin, a former Carroll assistant who’d landed at Tennessee. After that, this system poached Steve Sarkisian, one other former Carroll lieutenant and Kiffin staff-mate, from Washington, and promoted Clay Helton, who’d been a Sarkisian assistant.


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