The Trojans have already built the compliance office to six employees: an associate provost, three directors of compliance, and two assistant directors.1 That apparently is not enough as USC has posted job openings for two more directors of compliance.
But the biggest news, not mentioned in the job posting but circulated in an email through compliance offices around the country is that these will probably be some of the highest paying non-supervisory compliance positions in the nation.
ROFL. Wow. These guys sure did a bang up job in ratting out the Dillon Baxter mess, which any moron could have figured out in a mat of mins (given (He)Lane of Troy's shady past). It took these geniuses three weeks to bang out meaningless form letters to all those schools? They couldn't just simply take the step of preventing the Trogans from pushing around that letter full of lies, without doing some basic due diligence of actually checking Baxter's phone records?
So don't be fooled by this PR nonsense. I am guessing these guys will be put to good work on how the Trogans can be even more aggressive about bending and skirting the existing NCAA rules. These sleazebags will always find creative ways to lie and to cheat, no matter how much lipstick they put on their football pigs.