LenDale White Calls USC AD Pat Haden 'Coward' After Being Removed from Coliseum

Sean ODonnellContributor IIIOctober 19, 2014

LOS ANGELES - NOVEMBER 29:  LenDale White of the Tennessee Titans signs autographs for fans on the field after the game between the Notre Dame Fighting Irish and the USC Trojans on November 29, 2008 at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum in Los Angeles, California.  USC won 38-3.  (Photo by Jeff Golden/Getty Images)
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It's been an eventful couple of weeks for former USC Trojans running back LenDale White.

After the Trojans' 28-26 win against Arizona in Week 7, White took to Twitter, criticizing USC defensive coordinator Justin Wilcox (tweet contains NSFW language):

Lame a-- prevent defense will do it to u eveytime. Justin Wilcox u stink. Ur play calling is absolutely f-----g horrible

On Saturday, White had plans to go see the Trojans take on Colorado at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, but his presence wasn't welcomed by athletic director Pat Haden. According to White's Twitter account, the AD had him escorted out of the stadium:

Inside USC tweeted the 29-year-old's comments as he was being removed by police:

This led to yet another Twitter rant from White, as he singled out Haden:

Video has emerged of the incident: 

White's followers quickly began to respond, and one alluded to the notion that the former running back's Twitter account was hacked. It didn't take the frustrated White long to respond:

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White wasn't finished expressing his disappointment with his alma mater:

White (6'0", 245 lbs) was selected by the Tennessee Titans in the second round (45th overall) in the 2006 NFL draft. He last played a regular-season game in 2009 with the Titans, and he has career numbers of 628 rushes for 2,349 and 24 touchdowns from 2006-09.

In college, he formed a two-headed rushing attack with Reggie Bush, complementing Bush's big-play ability with power running.

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