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Ed Orgeron resigned and left USC after Steve Sarkisian was hired as head coach on Dec. 2nd but according to reports, USC is going to make one last attempt to bring Coach O back.

Per ESPN:
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Sarkisian said on Sunday he will reach out to Ed Orgeron, who went 6-2 as USC's interim head coach, and ask him to be a part of his coaching staff next season.

Orgeron resigned and left the team after Sarkisian was hired as USC's coach on Dec. 2. Orgeron, who turned around USC's season after Lane Kiffin was fired following a 3-2 start, believed he would get the full-time job after the season.

Orgeron was not apart of the Trojans staff when USC beat Fresno State 45-20 in the Royal Purple Las Vegas Bowl on Saturday.

What do you think Ed Orgeron should do?

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