Lincoln Riley Was Unhappy With Oklahoma Leaving Big-12 For SEC


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George Wrighster: "I've heard from multiple people that for Lincoln Riley, this was about him not wanting to go to the SEC. He wasn't happy that Oklahoma was moving, and that gave him a wandering eye. When we talk about power moves, this is the best move that USC could have possibly made to not only win the press conference, but I guarantee that Lincoln Riley is going to put USC in a better spot than they're already in."


Dan Beyer and George Wrighster react to Lincoln Riley leaving Oklahoma to become the new head coach at USC. George breaks down how he had hear about Riley being unhappy with Oklahoma's decision to join the SEC and why signs had been pointing to Riley leaving the Sooners for a few weeks now. The guys discuss what this power move means for the shape of the Pac-12 and the future of college football as a whole.


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