I read this morning on ESPN that yet another blue chip quarterback has committed to the Trojans. For months, going on years, I have been wondering what, if anything is going to happen to USC for alleged serious NCAA violations involving Reggie Bush and nearly every player recruited under Pete Carrol. As the time goes by, and the question of "what is going to happen to USC" almost seems to become a rhetorical question, Kiffin gets hired, blue chip after blue chip recruits swarm to So-Cal, time marches on.
This investigation started in 2006, NCAA went all judge-jury-executioner on Michigan in like six months for exceeding, uhh, stetching(???) regulations during the off-season. Reggie Bush got paid, USC players had houses and cars and bling. The NCAA has their answers, was Carrol's departure enough to shut this thing down. If USC is continuing to clean up on the recruiting trail, are these kids just OK with playing for a program on probation and banned from bowl eligibility, or are the Trojans going to be allowed to basketball-saction away their crimes against humanity. I have done some limited research on the course of the investigation and have found very little. What the hell is going on with USC, and when?