Originally posted on Larry Brown Sports  |  Last updated 4/2/13

When USC announced on Monday night that they have hired former Florida Gulf Coast coach Andy Enfield, they secured more than just the school’s basketball future. In bringing Enfield to Southern Cal, the university has also locked down one of the best-looking WAG tandems in college athletics. Enfield’s former supermodel wife Amanda Marcum Enfield received about as much attention as the 15th-seeded Florida Gulf Coast Eagles did during their improbable run in the NCAA Tournament. If you’ve seen any pictures of her, you understand why. Let us not forget, however, that Lane Kiffin’s wife Layla Kiffin (photos here) is going to give her some strong competition at USC for the title of hottest wife in college sports. Layla and Lane met when they were both 24 and have been married since 2000. Andy and Amanda met in 2003, so the Kiffins have seniority over them as far as length of their relationship is concerned. But having Amanda and Layla on the same team is a major power shift in Division-1 athletics. If I had to choose between the two, I have no idea who I would pick. If I had to choose which school in America has the hottest coaches’ wives, USC would be an easy choice. OTHER FAMOUS SPORTS WIVES AND GIRLFRIENDS Related posts: Florida Gulf Coast coach Andy Enfield’s wife is model Amanda Marcum (Pictures) Amanda Marcum Enfield, Florida Gulf Coast coach’s wife, says new attention is weird Andy Enfield on marrying wife Amanda: ‘I overachieved big time’

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