Originally written on Crystal Ball Run  |  Last updated 9/29/13

(Photo Courtesy USA Today Sports) Ed Orgeron, good 'ol Ed will be the interim head coach of the USC Trojans, so that is out of the way now that Lane Kiffin is also out of the way.  So, naturally everyone's attention turns to who will be the permanent replacement for the Men of Troy.  Luckily for us all, Las Vegas has it all figured out. So, whom will it be? Jack Del Rio, at least according to Vegas.  Yes, that Jack Del Rio, the one who ran the Jacksonville Jaguars straight into the ground with just three winning seasons in his just over eight seasons at the helm. He was installed as the 1-2 favorite to win the job in the opening lines put out this morning. Here are the rest of the odds courtesy of Sportsbook.com:    Jack Del Rio 1-2 Steve Sarkisian 5-1 Chris Petersen 4-1 James Franklin 10-1 Charlie Strong 10-1 Jeff Fisher 15-1 Jon Gruden 20-1 Cam Cameron 40-1 Kirby Smart 15-1 Bronco Mendenhall 15-1 Mike Riley 25-1 Bobby Petrino 50-1 Mike Leach 500-1 Nick Saban 500-1 Kevin Sumlin 200-1 Herm Edwards 50-1 Rick Neuheisel 1000-1

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