Former USC head coach Steve Sarkisian, just a few months removed from being fired apparently due to his alcohol abuse problems, is looking to find his next job as an NFL quarterbacks coach or offensive coordinator, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter
Former USC head coach Steve Sarkisian, who was fired by USC after his continued struggles with alcoholism led him to be placed on leave, is now suing the university for at least $12.6 million in damages.
Steve Sarkisian is no longer the USC Trojans’ football coach, and he has reportedly checked himself into a rehab facility outside of California. But according to ESPN’s Joe Schad, athletic director Pat Haden didn’t fire Sarkisian as smoothly as he could have.
USC football coach Steve Sarkisian said he’d take a leave of absence yesterday after showing up to practice “in no condition to work” Sunday, but athletic director Pat Haden made the decision today to fire Sarkisian outright.
A recent string of incidents punctuated by a leave of absence to seek treatment have made it pretty clear that USC head football coach Steve Sarkisian has a problem with alcohol. According to a report from the Los Angeles Times, those problems extend all the way back to his tenure at Washington, where he was the head…
This afternoon, USC football coach Steve Sarkisian apparently got sent home from practice, after showing up “in no condition to work.” Sarkisian is halfway through his second season with the Trojans. He has since been asked to take a leave of absence.
USC head coach Steve Sarkisian, who is in a bit of trouble after getting hammered drunk and talking some shit at a team event, spoke to reporters this morning and explained his public drunkenness. According to Sark, it wasn’t the booze that had him acting silly, it was the meds he was on.
At last night’s Salute To Troy, USC coach Steve Sarkisian reportedly got wasted and yelled a whole bunch of profanities before getting pulled off the stage by athletic director Pat Haden. He issued an apology this morning:
For Samantha Ponder's halftime interview last night with USC head coach Steve Sarkisian, ESPN used an approach rarely seen in television: a long lens, with shallow depth of field. It looked less like live sports programming—and more like Hollywood.
Things aren't going so great at USC these days, buddy, but thanks for asking!
Well, isn't this refreshing: A news outlet eschewing all pretense of attaboy optimism, predicting instead that a Vegas line of a three-touchdown beatdown for the home team really ought to be a five-touchdown curbstomping.
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