Updates on Steve Sarkisian Accepting USC Head Coach Job

Mike Chiari@mikechiariFeatured ColumnistDecember 2, 2013

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USC's head coaching search is over. The team announced on Monday that Steve Sarkisian, a former Trojans assistant, will leave the University of Washington to be their next head coach.

USC has officially named Steve Sarkisian (@CoachSark) the new head football coach. #FightOn pic.twitter.com/rNqFSzAtE5

— USC Trojans (@USC_Athletics) December 2, 2013

Updates from Sunday, Dec. 22

Arash Markazi of ESPNLosAngeles.com provides a statement from Steve Sarkisian discussing his potential future coaching staff:

"I am going to pursue Ed here one more time," Sarkisian told the "Trojan Brunch" show on ESPNLA 710. "I thought about him again after the game on the ride home. I think when emotions get settled down, and I know that was an emotional time for Ed and not getting named the head coach when he thought he should have been deservedly so, I would have felt the same way. When the emotions settle down, Ed's a great Trojan and he's meant a lot to the Trojan family and if we can have that opportunity for him to be part of this football program and be here with us, we'd love to have him."