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Lynn Swann Resigns as U.S.C.’s Athletic Director

Dave_BerryDave_Berry 492 replies2567 threadsCC Admissions Expert Senior Member
"... Swann’s resignation was announced by the new university president, Carol L. Folt, who said that while U.S.C. conducts a nationwide search for a replacement, the job would be filled on an interim basis by Dave Roberts, a university administrator who is also the vice chairman of the N.C.A.A.’s committee on infractions." ...

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  • CADREAMINCADREAMIN 5467 replies103 threadsRegistered User Senior Member
    edited September 9
    It's about time. That's another step in the right direction.
    edited September 9
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  • WWWardWWWard 2700 replies15 threadsRegistered User Senior Member
    Agree. USC needs to seek out and hire a true professional with a background in management, administration and compliance in the realm of a major Division One athletic program and not simply a former athlete/alum with name ID.
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  • JohnGaltIIIJohnGaltIII 200 replies10 threadsRegistered User Junior Member
    It is a good step and another step away from allowing big donors to have too much control. USC had two straight Athletic Directors who not only had never worked in an Athletic Department but had never even worked in an administrative role in their lives. How they would be expected to properly manage what in reality is a large business is beyond me. The athletic tradition at USC is too important to risk. Not just the revenue producing sports but also the rest. USC's Olympic roster includes 423 Trojans who attended the university before, during or after their Summer or Winter Olympic appearances. Hiring someone with USC connections is not a bad thing but the candidate must also have a resume that stands out without the connections.

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