It should have been just a lovely day for any Trojan. USC rolled to a 56-28 victory over Colorado in Southern Cal’s Homecoming game. But one former Trojans football star ended the day being escorted out of the Coliseum and calling for the firing of athletic director Pat Haden.
Ex-USC running back LenDale White apparently wasn’t allowed into the team’s locker room after the game, which led to his assisted departure from the stadium, Reign of Troy reports. The blog’s editor, Alicia de Artola, speculates that Southern Cal has tightened up access to its locker room in response to the NCAA’s finding in 2010 of lack of institutional control in the football program.
Whatever the reason, it made for a sour change in White’s mood. Follow White’s altered outlook online: