Ed Orgeron. Photo: Scout.com.
Bob DeMars, a former USC defensive lineman, has claimed that Trojan defensive lines coach Ed Orgeron cussed him out for having the audacity of going to class. DeMars, who was a DL on the USC football team from 1997-2001, told Time reporter Sean Gregory how Orgeron, then at his first stint at USC, expressed his unhappiness about his having to leave practice early once a week to attend a statistics class required for his business major during one semester.
"In order to show up on time for a required statistics course one
semester, he says he had to leave spring practice twenty minutes early,
once a week. His defensive line coach, Ed Orgeron, wasn’t happy. You motherf—-r, DeMars
remembers Orgeron, who went on to become head coach at Ole Miss from
2005 to 2007, and is now back at USC as assistant head coach, shouting
at him. “He M-F’d me all over the place,” says DeMars. “He made me feel
like a bad person for going to class.”...