PAT HADEN RUMORS & GOSSIP

Outgoing USC AD Pat Haden and relatives reportedly made $2.4M off charitable foundation

Outgoing USC athletic director Pat Haden’s reputation had already taken a hit in recent years for what had happened to the school’s programs on his watch. But according to a Los Angeles Times report, what he was doing away from the field might ruined it altogether. In a damning piece, L.A. Times reporters Paul Pringle and Nathan Fenno report that Haden, his daughter, and his...
Via The Comeback
June 18, 2016  |  Discuss

USC AD Pat Haden Hospitalized After Collapsing On Campus

USC Athletic Director Pat Haden, who is set to retire on June 30, has been hospitalized after collapsing on campus.  This is the second scary incident in the past four months for Haden, who collapsed on the sideline prior to the Trojans’ game at Notre Dame in October.  A USC student hinted at the news in a tweet about one hour ago, and it was since confirmed by several outlets...
Via College Spun
February 10, 2016  |  Discuss

Pat Haden collapsed on USC campus

USC athletic director Pat Haden collapsed on the school's campus Wednesday and was taking to an ambulance on a stretcher, according to reports. The primary report comes from USC journalism student Paolo Uggetti, who covers the Trojans' football team: BREAKING: #USC AD Pat Haden collapsed outside Heritage Hall, paramedics at the scene carried him to ambulance on stretcher, per...
Via Larry Brown Sports
February 10, 2016  |  Discuss

USC athletic director Pat Haden to retire in June

USC’s Athletic Director Pat Haden will be retire from his post on June 30th of this year according to a statement released by the school on Friday. For the following year after that, he will be heading a fundraising initiative to renovate the LA Coliseum. Haden will retire after just about six years on the job at USC after spending many years as a trustee of the university as well...
Via The Comeback
February 05, 2016  |  Discuss

Pat Haden To Retire From Role As USC’s Athletic Director

Following a year in which USC athletics dealt with some concerning off-the-field distractions, ultimately leading to the firing of head football coach Steve Sarkisian, it appears athletic director, Pat Haden, is ready to hang up his boots.  According to Bleacher Report’s Bryan Fischer, UCS has announced that Haden will retire from his position as USC’s athletic director, effective...
Via College Spun
February 05, 2016  |  Discuss

USC unveils plans for Coliseum renovation

The University of Southern California’s famed stadium is possibly getting a new look in the next few years. USC announced Thursday its preliminary plans for a $270 million renovation of their storied Coliseum, which is still pending approval from the commission that oversees the stadium. These plans are coming two years after USC took full control of the venue. According to NBC...
Via Gamedayr
October 29, 2015  |  Discuss

USC AD Pat Haden collapses on sideline prior to game

There was a very scary moment on the sidelines in South Bend just before Saturday night’s USC-Notre Dame game kicked off. USC AD Pat Haden collapsed on the field.  NBC’s television cameras and media on the sideline captured the scary scene. Video of #USC AD Pat Haden on the sideline pregame from NBC. pic.twitter.com/J491No5BFZ Video of #USC AD Pat Haden on the sideline...
Via College Spun
October 17, 2015  |  Discuss

USC AD skips meeting in Indiana: ‘I am the proud father of a gay son’

By Steve DelVecchio  USC athletic director Pat Haden has announced that he will not attend the College Football Playoff committee meeting in Indiana this week as a result of the recent “religious freedom bill” that was signed into law last Thursday. Haden revealed on Twitter that he has a son who is gay, posting:  I am the proud father of a gay son. In his honor, I will...
Via Larry Brown Sports
March 31, 2015  |  Discuss

USC Football: The playoff picture and USC

After 16 years of the BCS system, the long-awaited College Football Playoff is on its way. For better or worse, the entire landscape of FBS football has changed. Can it even be split as the Football Bowl Subdivision and the Football Championship Subdivision anymore? Maybe the NCAA should just switch their names back to Division I-A and I-AA. With all the change, it can be easy to...
Via isportsweb.com
February 01, 2014  |  Discuss

USC Football: The Orgeron Conundrum

Ed Orgeron after the victory against Arizona (Photo credit: Stephen Dunn/Getty Images) Most people did not see this coming. Most people thought USC Football would phone in their season after a horrible loss to Arizona State and the subsequent firing of their coach. Now USC stands at 8-3 after starting 3-2. They are ranked for the first time since losing to Washington State back in...
Via isportsweb.com
November 22, 2013  |  Discuss
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