From the OC Register:
Maybe those wounds Pete Carroll inflicted on USC are still a little too fresh.
Carroll had a signing for his book, "Win Forever," Monday afternoon at ESPN Zone in Los Angeles. In more than an hour sitting under the giant televisions next to a stack of books, Carroll spent a lot of time staring at his phone and chatting with assistants, as the crowd was inconsistent at best.
Carroll, now the coach of the NFL’s Seattle Seahawks, used his Twitter account to encourage fans to come over on their lunch breaks, but few Trojan fans made an appearance.
Wonder who Petey is going to lean on these days?
RENTON, Wash. — Pete Carroll believes that the NCAA had no basis for sanctions on the Southern California football program and reiterated Tuesday that he didn’t leave to escape the penalties.
The Mexican Zetas are misunderstood capitalists.
The SUC Reunion in Seattle is over...for LenDale White at least. The famously fat SUCster had lost weight after reportedly abstaining from tequila, but now that he's facing a substance-abuse suspension in addition to being cut from the Seahawks, one has to wonder exactly what substance he has been abusing.
What does it say when even Cheatey Petey thinks you're too dirty to keep on the team? So much for the Trogan family!
Substance Abuse On!
Finally(!) the turning point in the NCAA investigation into the USC football program is here. Yesterday San Diego County Superior Court Judge Steven R. Denton ordered Reggie Bush to give a deposition under oath on April 23 as part of a civil suit filed against him by a former sports marketing agent.
Why is that the turning point? Because the man suing Bush, Lloyd Lake, claims to have financial documents and audio tapes that prove Bush took improper benefits from him and his company worth $291,000 while Bush was still at USC.
Full breakdown by SportsByBooks over here.