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USC AD Pat Haden to boycott NCAA meeting in Indiana

USC athletic director Pat Haden has become the first NCAA official to publicly boycott Indiana over its controversial “religious freedom” bill. Haden, a member of the College Football Playoff committee, will not attend this week’s meeting in Indianapolis as a protest against the law. The NCAA’s headquarters are are in Indianapolis and the city will also host the Final Four...
Via Rumors and Rants
27 days ago  |  Discuss

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

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. I am the proud father...Read More
Via Larry Brown Sports
27 days ago  |  Discuss

USC AD Pat Haden “Honors” Gay Son, Refuses to Attend CFP Meeting in Indy

Add USC athletics director Pat Haden to the list of high-powered individuals and organizations that are making a stand against Indiana’s religious freedom bill. Since Indiana governor Mike Pence signed a bill that allows businesses to refuse service to individuals on the basis on religious freedom, there has been widespread negative reactions, with many calling Article found on...
Via Next Impulse Sports
27 days ago  |  Discuss

How will USC football respond to unsealed NCAA documents?

“These recent documents confirm what we’ve believed all along, that we were treated unfairly in this investigation and its penalties,” said USC athletic director Pat Haden. Following last week’s release of nearly 500 pages of previously sealed documents containing private communication among members of the NCAA Committee of Infractions, tension surrounding the USC athletic...
Via isportsweb.com
27 days ago  |  Discuss

USC AD Pat Haden, Who Has A Gay Son, Tweets That He Won’t Attend CFP Meeting In Indy

Since Indiana passed the Freedom Restoration Act last week, the backlash has been strong regarding the legislature’s potential to make discrimination against gays legal. Legendary ESPN broadcaster Dickie V was one of several people who expressed support for the NCAA moving events from Indianapolis and the state of Indiana in the future.  This issue is a personal one for many in...
Via College Spun
27 days ago  |  Discuss

USC athletic director Pat Haden fined $25K by Pac-12

USC athletic director Pat Haden has been fined $25,000 by the Pac-12 Conference for coming down to the field and arguing with officials during Saturday’s win vs Stanford. George Schroeder of USA Today Sports first reported the fine from the Pac-12. The Pac-12 has fined USC AD Pat Haden $25,000 for sideline antics. Sarkisian, Haden reprimanded. — […]
Via Full Scale Sports
September 08, 2014  |  Discuss

USC AD Pat Haden argues with refs (Video)

USC athletic director Pat Haden, who is also a member of the allegedly unbiased College Football Playoff selection committee, left the press box during USC’s game against Stanford to voice his frustration with referees who gave coach Steve Sarkisian an unsportsmanlike conduct penalty. Check out the video:  
Via IMAGE CPR SPORTS
September 06, 2014  |  Discuss

Video: USC AD Pat Haden Jumps Into Arms Of Trojans Assistant Coach After Win

USC athletic director Pat Haden may be in a bit of trouble with the NCAA after admitting that he was texted by his football coaching staff to come down to the field to argue a penalty, but for the moment, it seems as if he’s pretty happy with how his Saturday has turned out. After the Trojans clinched a road victory against conference rival Stanford, Haden was so excited that he...
Via College Spun
September 06, 2014  |  Discuss

WATCH: USC athletic director Pat Haden argues with refs

Pat Haden is not the USC football head coach, in fact he is their athletic director. During the USC and Stanford game Lane Kiffin got very upset over a targeting call which led to the ejection of Hayes Pullard. He was so angry that he drew a 15-yard penalty and then took to texting his athletic director. Once Pat Haden received the text from Coach Kiffin, he immediately bolted...
Via Next Impulse Sports
September 06, 2014  |  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
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