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Insider 'Expects' Iowa State's Matt Campbell To Land USC Job

The coaching carousel is heating up!

As USC's 2021 season comes to an end, the search for their next head coach continues. 

With two games left on the schedule, the Trojans currently sit at [4-6] overall with a 2022 recruiting class dropping down the ranks. Many believe USC athletic director Mike Bohn, must act fast as the coaching carousel continues to heat up around the nation. 

However, according to Pac-12 insider Jon Wilner of Mercury News, the Men of Troy could have a new coach as early as 'next week'.

Matt Campbell has served as head coach for the Iowa State Cyclones since taking over prior to the 2016 season. The three-time Big 12 Coach of the Year (2017, 2018, 2020) has led the Cyclones to four-straight bowl games, and the most wins in Iowa State school history (32) these past four seasons.

This year Campbell led his team to [7-5] overall record, losing to Iowa, Baylor, West Virginia, Texas Tech, and Oklahoma this season. 


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