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What is next for USC football?

Unsatisfied with the 3-2 start to the season, USC fired head coach Lane Kiffin upon returning home after Saturday's 62-41 loss to Arizona State. Some felt Kiffin was already on the hot seat entering the season, and the lackluster first five games and losses in recruiting sealed his fate. However, a mid-season firing is rare and the full-time replacement is still unknown. How will USC rebound?

  • Do you agree with USC firing Lane Kiffin?

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  • How much did USC's sanctions impact Lane Kiffin's firing?

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  • Which was a bigger factor in USC firing Lane Kiffin?

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  • What do you think of USC firing Lane Kiffin at the airport?

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  • Which fan base do you think was happier to hear of Lane Kiffin's firing?

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  • Will Lane Kiffin get another head coaching job?

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  • Is Ed Orgeron the right choice as interim coach at USC?

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  • Which of these rumored replacements would be the best for USC?

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  • How long will it be before USC wins another national title?

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  • Which college football team owns Los Angeles?

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