Updates on Ed Orgeron After Steve Sarkisian Signs with USC

Tyler Conway@jtylerconwayFeatured ColumnistDecember 2, 2013

While many in Los Angeles are dissecting their feelings on the upcoming Steve Sarkisian era at USC, the man who reinvigorated the Trojans program in 2013 made it clear he isn't sticking around.

USC confirmed on Monday that Ed Orgeron will not return to the Trojans next season in a statement on the team website.

Updates on Tuesday, Dec. 3

From USC athletics:

USC AD Pat Haden confirms that Clay Helton will take over as head coach for the bowl game.

— USC Trojans (@USC_Athletics) December 3, 2013

From LA Times reporter Chris Dufresne:

Haden says he hopes Orgeron goes somewhere "and makes me look like an idiot."

— Chris Dufresne (@DufresneLATimes) December 3, 2013

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