Found October 04, 2013 on Double Coverage Football:
Now that the Lane Kiffin Era in Los Angeles has ended in the most cold-blooded and heartless way possible it's time for the Trojans to start looking for a permanent replacement. THE FAVORITE: Chris Petersen, Boise State I think we're required by law to mention Chris Petersen every time a major head coaching position comes available, and it should be after what he's done at Boise State. The Broncos have had seven consecutive seasons with double-digit wins and have won a BCS game more recently than the storied Trojans. Petersen's been reluctant to entertain previous offers, but USC is a storied program in a hot bed of recruiting that would leave him set for life. It might also be time for Petersen to say goodbye to the blue turf. His teams are 14-4 since Kellen Moore left (which might as well be 2-16 with Boise's expectations) and with the BCS disbanding after this season it'll be tougher (or damn near impossible) for the Broncos to crack the new four-team ...
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