NCAA investigation of Trojans athletics is complete
Just as quickly as Pete Carroll spoke his final words at his outgoing USC press conference, Yahoo News was notifying the public that the lengthy investigation of Southern California athletics had come to an end. Coincidence?— It certainly doesn’t bode well for a coach insisting that the probe had nothing to do with his impromptu resignation of one position to become the leader of another up north.
Regardless, the results of the investigation have no affect on players and staff members long gone. It is the school and current members that now await their fate. According to the report, the NCAA will now meet in late February to discuss their findings, with a news conference to disclose their results and impose any sanctions to come 6-8 weeks later. So realistically, by the end of spring practices, the Trojans will have a clearer view of their football future.