USC football fires Head Coach Clay Helton
Just 2 games in.
USC AD Mike Bohn released a statement today saying USC would be making a change at the Head Coaching position of the USC football team.
SC first hired Helton as the Head Coach in 2015 after the leave of absence by Steve Sarkisian. Helton was first hired in 2010 by Lane Kiffin as a QB coach and moved up the ladder taking on Passing Game Coordinator duties and then Offensive Coordinator duties. He was the interim HC twice prior to his hiring as the Head Coach.
Helton ends his tenure as the USC head coach with a 46-24 record and 2-3 in bowl games. He also won the Pac-12 Championship & Rose Bowl in 2017, with 3 Pac-12 South Division titles in 2015, 2017, and 2020.
If nothing else, if opposing fans are disappointed that you fired your head coach, you should have fired your head coach a while ago.
I'm sad to see Helton go, but I'm trying to look on the bright side: with Helton gone, they'll finally be able to hire someone even worse.