An offseason of change hasn’t stopped yet for USC.
Per Bruce Feldman of CBSSports, the Trojans have hired Western Kentucky offensive line coach Mike Summers in the same capacity. James Cregg, who has been USC’s O-line coach for the past three seasons, will move into a different role, according to the report.
Summers spent the past three years at Kentucky under former Wildcats head coach Joker Phillips. When Phillips was fired last year, Summers was picked up by Bobby Petrino at Western Kentucky.
It was previously rumored that former Fresno State head coach Pat Hill could have ended up as USC’s O-line coach.
The coaches to leave USC over the past couple of months include defensive coordinator Monte Kiffin, offensive coordinator Kennedy Polamalu, secondary coach Marvin Sanders and linebackers coach Scottie Hazelton.