It's been a rough day for USC.
The most successful team in college football history has been slapped with sanctions that will force the university to vacate its Orange Bowl national championship win and 2005 season, give up 30 scholarships, and miss out on the postseason for the next two years (pending appeal).
But that's not all facing the 2000's most successful program.
A stipulation in the NCAA's ruling allows juniors and seniors to transfer away from the program to a D-1 school without needing to sit out a year. NCAA bylaws also allow new recruits who haven't enrolled to be released from their letter of intent.
How many of USC's current and soon-to-be roster will exercise those options and get out while they can?
Click through and find out.