USC Trojans fire head football coach Clay Helton


USC football coach Clay Helton has been fired, athletic director Mike Bohn announced Monday. The decision comes two days after the Trojans, who entered the season with conference-title aspirations, suffered a 42-28 home defeat to Stanford. Helton had been with the program since 2010, when he was hired as quarterbacks coach on Lane Kiffin's staff. (ESPN.com)

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USC Trojans fire head football coach Clay Helton


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