Mike Bohn

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USC AD Mike Bohn: No talk of Andy Enfield contract extension

It’s been a common refrain when discussing USC men’s basketball and the success it has had this season: If only there were fans in attendance. To see an Evan Mobley dunk, a Tahj Eaddy step-back, last weekend’s last-second win over UCLA. The lack of spectators in the stands was sorely felt, including by USC athletic director Mike Bohn.
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Mike Bohn believes USC improved in all areas under Clay Helton in 2020

USC Trojans football, Mike Bohn, Clay Helton, University of Southern California. Mike Bohn is choosing his words carefully. It’s a delicate dance these days, discussing the fate of his football coach, and Bohn, at the start of his second year as USC’s athletic director, understands the frustration surrounding his decision to keep Clay Helton for another season.
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IMHO Sunday: Mike Bohn – USC’s master football planner

In my humble opinion, cardinal and gold thoughts on what I see, what I hear, and what I think from Los Angeles. The master planner: Last Monday night, USC athletic director Mike Bohn (pronounced bone), in all probability, was watching the CFP National Championship Game, as No. 1 Alabama, sporting the nation’s best balanced offense and a physical, disciplined defense, steamrolled to its 18th national championship with a resounding, 52-24, victory over Ohio State.
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Commentary: Mike Bohn playing the long game when it comes to Clay Helton and USC football

Throughout college football’s frenzied New Year’s weekend, I kept thinking about Mike Bohn. What must have been going through the USC athletic director’s mind Friday as he watched Luke Fickell, the coach he hired at Cincinnati, lead the Bearcats to a fourth-quarter lead in the Peach Bowl over the Georgia Bulldogs, a lead that would have held if not for a 53-yard field goal in the final seconds? Surely it was taking all of Bohn’s inner restraint not to pick up the phone and console Fickell with a feeler about potentially joining him in Los Angeles before the talented young coach is courted elsewhere.