Analysis: At scandal-torn USC, can integrity save Helton?

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LOS ANGELES (AP) — The inauguration of new University of Southern California President Carol L. Folt began with a procession of hundreds through Alumni Memorial Park, with its lush green hedges and broad shade trees surrounding the Youth Triumphant fountain.
Academic gowns. Flags and banners. The USC Trojan Band played for 45 minutes straight. “Fight On” and on and on.
The ceremony Friday lasted about two hours on a typically beautiful day in Los Angeles. It was both celebratory and somber. USC has a new president because the school has way bigger issues tearing at its reputation and credibility than its football team’s struggles under coach Clay Helton.

“I will see you at the Coliseum and we will have a great victory tonight,” said Rick Caruso, the billionaire businessman and chairman of USC’s board of trustees, as he concluded the affair. “Fight on!”
Helton’s team did just that, bouncing back from an overtime loss the week before at BYU to beat a Utah team considered one of the best in the Pac-12. And the Trojans (3-1) did it with Urban Meyer, the currently retired coaching great who many USC fans would like to see replace Helton, in the building.
“SC got heart!” defensive back C.J Pollard yelled as he swaggered back to the locker room under the Los Angeles Coliseum. “We beat the 10th ranked team with a third-string quarterback. SC got heart!”
Every week is a referendum on Helton, the fourth-year coach who has brought peace and professionalism

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