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USC’s interim head coach Ed Orgeron sent hand-written notes to every member of the USC marching band ahead of Saturday’s Stanford game...

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How sweet. Orgeron is 4-1 since taking over for Lane Kiffin. You think he has a chance of returning as head coach?
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Next Recruiting Coordinator and Defensive Line coach at LSU. Haley moves to LB's. Chavis coaches Secondary. Wilson remains as RB coach, but not RC.
Reply37 months
I think he might stay on there. if he does well but is not retained, will he pick up else where?
Reply37 months
Like them or not...the Trojan Marching Band would fair pretty well for a "white band" in a Mardi Gras parade.
Reply37 months
Dude has done a complete 180 since he left Oxford 6 years ago. I have actually enjoyed watching him win some games.
Reply37 months
Having heard the way that man speaks, I seriously doubt that is clack O's handwriting.
Reply37 months
There are a couple of lower case letters in there. That really aggravates me when people try so hard at all caps and fail to have all caps...
Reply37 months
What's a couseum?
Reply37 months
He has done well in Lane's absence. I imagine they want Sumlin, however, or someone else with a better record.
Reply37 months
USC Trojan band...one of the worst marching bands out there. They play a variation of the same song the entire game. Not to mention terrible attitudes.
Reply37 months
Good for Ed. Lane is an awful awful coach and he shouldn't be considered for even a HS job.
Reply37 months
He's a crazy cajun
Reply37 months
If he wins out, he's certainly a viable candidate. There are some big names being bandied about in Troy, though. He's learned a lot since his time at Oxford, land of Brent Schaeffer.
Reply37 months
I don't know if he has a chance but he's certainly trying it appears.
Reply37 months
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