LenDale White says USC AD Pat Haden kicked him out of game Saturday

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LenDale White kicked out of USC game
Sunday October 19th, 2014

Former USC running back LenDale White says Trojans athletic director Pat Haden had him escorted out of Saturday's game against Colorado

White also called Haden a "coward" and said he should be fired. He added that he was "embarrassed to be a Trojan."

A brief video from USCfootball.com shows White speaking with speaking with police officers.

White played at USC from 2003 to 2005, alongside Heisman Trophy winner Reggie Bush. White had 3,159 rushing yards and 57 total touchdowns in three seasons. He was drafted in the second round of the 2005 NFL draft and played four seasons with the Tennessee Titans. 

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