The USC Board of Trustees announced its support of the decision to terminate Marshall School of Business Dean James Ellis after a three-hour board meeting Wednesday. The meeting followed after protests from students, faculty, staff and alumni who said Ellis’ term was wrongfully cut short.
On Friday afternoon, a crowd of nearly 150 students, faculty, staff and alumni gathered at Tommy Trojan to protest the decision, chanting “Keep Ellis” and wearing “I Stand with Dean Ellis” shirts provided by the USC Marshall Alumni Association.
The men’s basketball team suffered its worst defeat in the Andy Enfield era, falling 96-61 to TCU at the Basketball Hall of Fame Classic at Staples Center on Friday to drop to 5-4 on the season.
Kingsbury is the first high-profile assistant hire since USC announced Clay Helton would remain as head coach.
James Ellis will leave his role as dean of the Marshall School of Business at the end of the fiscal year, according to a letter from Interim President Wanda Austin. The decision to terminate Ellis was brought up in a meeting held by Austin and General Counsel Carol Mauch Amir on Friday. In an email […]
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Three of the four assistants were fired and quarterbacks coach Bryan Ellis left.
The Trojans finished the 2018 season 5-7 – the worst program record since 2000 – and USC finished bowl ineligible for the first time since NCAA bowl restrictions in 2011.