At one point or another during the season, you may have seen Tim Floyd pacing the sidelines with fury, arguing with the referees, drawing technical fouls or even getting ejected.
As reported by Adam Rose on "All Things Trojan," the LA Times blog, Tim Floyd started 2008 with a resolution to quit his Nicorette gum habit, which was running him $5,500 per year.
A few days later he was back to the gum.
Over the coming weeks, Mayo-Jefferson-Gibson could cause him to single-handedly raise the stock price of GlaxoSmithKline. That's because they should be announcing their decisions about turning pro—which will determine a lot about USC's next season.