He’s definitely a sold coach and will probably be there for quite a while. A lot of these big time college jobs are located in smaller college towns. I’m sure the USC job loses some of the appeal when you factor in cost of living, traffic, and large market media struggles. Those factors are some of the reasons why I think Chip to USC is an overhyped story. Jay Glazer talking about Chip this last week said that he isn’t a flashy guy and is just a dude from New Hampshire that likes Coronas.
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