USC Coach Steve Sarkisian Showed Up To Team Meeting 'Not sober'
James Snook-USA TODAY Sports
According to the Los Angeles Times, USC Athletic Director Pat Haden has placed head coach Steve Sarkisian on a temporary leave of absence...


According to the LA Daily News, Trojans players noticed Sarkisian was not sober at a special teams meeting Sunday morning...

And now it's being reported that USC assistant coaches suspected he was possibly drunk during yesterday's game...



Things are getting messy in Trojan land.

(Yardbarker)
Filed Under: NCAA Football

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18 Comments
Drunk at the game? Damn Sark. Get your shite together
Reply67 months
Bear Bryant wasn't always sober during games. Just sayin....

I hope he gets help.
Reply67 months
Hate USC. That being said, I hope he gets help.
Reply67 months
He gone...
Reply67 months
Sad story. Addiction doesn't care who you are.
Reply67 months
I wasn't sober at game either.
Reply67 months
Sark is sorry for partying
Reply67 months
Sounds like SoCal night life is taking a hold of him.
Reply67 months
I'm not a Southern Cal fan, but this really sad to hear. Hope he gets the help he needs.
Reply67 months
Gonna suck when they get Chip Kelly
Reply67 months
Should have kept Eddie O
Reply67 months
frick him...he's gone.....and the greatest karma of all is the team he left hanging rolled USC's ass.

No need or room for irresponsible bad character people coaching kids at the highest levels.
Reply67 months
No one would care if he was winning
Reply67 months
Go home, Steve. You're drunk.
Reply67 months
and yet every year, no matter who is coach, the salivating media want to proclaim the Trojans title contenders. A little more goes into winning that just team colors. Sark didn't do a damn thing at Washington and was an average coordinator.
Reply67 months
Hope he gets this fixed. Alcoholism is a terrible illness.
Reply67 months
Nobody pulled Bear Bryant out of the game.
Reply67 months
With all the money he makes....hope he gets some good help. Sad.
Reply67 months
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