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Report: Blueprints for new USC football facility have 'already been mapped out' reported on Monday that plans are in the works to build a new football only facility at USC

Scott Wolf of reported on Monday that plans are in the works to build a new football only facility at USC. 

A source who didn't wish to be identified told Wolf:

“Mike Bohn committed to giving Lincoln Riley his own building. It’s already been mapped out.”

Of course, Bohn unexpectedly resigned last Friday after a "thorough review of the athletics department." 

The review uncovered "concerns" about Bohn, per the Los Angeles Times, which prompted his resignation. Those concerns included Bohn "making inappropriate comments about the physical appearance of female colleagues, including remarks about their dress, hair and weight, that staff members said made them feel uncomfortable."

How Bohn's departure will affect the plans to build a new football facility remain to be seen.


USC hosted four 2024 prospects on official visits over the weekend. Out of the group, four-star Judson (Converse, Texas) safety Myles Davis seemed to have left LA feeling the best about the Trojans. 

Davis told's Steve Wiltfong after his visit: “USC is in serious consideration for being my home. I’m considering moving some visits up so I can see how they are and make my decision this coming month, especially with them taking two safeties."

Davis stands at 6-foot-1 and weighs 185 pounds. The 247Sports composite ranks him as the No. 338 player nationally and the No. 32 safety prospect.

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