Kliff Kingsbury rumored to USC, however studies say in any other case | NCAA Soccer


USC is reportedly hiring former Texas Tech head coach Kliff Kingsbury as its new offensive coordinator, however one other report suggests he has but to comply with a deal.

Trojan Indsider was the primary to report the transfer and USCFootball.com later corroborated the story.

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Nonetheless, NFL Newtork’s Ian Rappaport and The Athletic’s Bruce Feldman are reporting in any other case:

If the transfer is true, then Kingsbury would take over play-calling duties after USC fired its earlier offensive coordinator, Tee Martin, on Tuesday.

Texas Tech fired Kingsbury on Nov. 25 after the Purple Raiders completed with a shedding document for the third straight season. Kingsbury was 35-40 over six seasons on the helm in Lubbock Texas, however his offenses recurrently ranked close to the highest in most classes throughout his tenure.

Kingsbury would inherit a USC offense that is seen higher days. Whereas JT Daniels appeared succesful in his freshman season, the Trojans nonetheless struggled mightily on offense, ending 92nd in factors per sport (26.1), 49th in passing yards per sport (248.2) and 84th in whole yards per sport (382.6). The Purple Raiders completed within the high 20 in the identical three offensive classes this season below Kingsbury.

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