The marriage between Kliff Kingsbury and USC is complete.
Earlier this month, reports confirmed that coach Clay Helton’s offered Kingsbury the position of Trojans offensive coordinator.
And apparently the school is very aware of his status as one of the sport’s most eligible bachelors.
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On the university’s official announcement of Kingsbury’s hire, it’s mentioned that “he is single.”
Here is what Eric Morris, the head coach at the University of Incarnate Word and a friend of Kingsbury’s, told the Los Angeles Times about Kingsbury’s off-the-field status.
“It fits his personality a lot more than Lubbock, Texas,” Morris said. “He hasn’t had a great social life over the last six years living in a small community in a college town. It’s hard for him to get out as a head coach and really enjoy himself.
“I think it will be a great change of pace for him and allow him to enjoy life a little bit and not be so consumed with football all the time. And that’s what I told him. I said, ‘Hey, you need to go out and enjoy yourself, enjoy the beautiful weather and the beautiful scenery and the beautiful women in Southern California.’”