Kliff Kingsbury joined USC as their offensive coordinator in early December after he was fired by Texas Tech. That was before the NFL came calling.
Over the weekend it was reported that USC was blocking Kingsbury from interviewing with the interested NFL teams.
On Monday, NFL insider Jay Glazer took to Twitter and revealed that Kingsbury likely resigned as USC’s offensive coordinator, because he was hearing that Kingsbury was going to interview with NFL teams.
I’m hearing Kliff Kingsbury is interviewing with NFL teams, which likely means he has resigned as USC offensive coordinator. USC was blocking him from interviewing foe NFL head coaching openings @NFLonFOX
— Jay Glazer (@JayGlazer) January 7, 2019
Kliff Kingsbury is expected to begin interviewing for NFL HC jobs, as @JayGlazer reported, after USC initially blocked him from doing so. Cardinals and Jets wanted to talk to him, and Kingsbury is square in the HC mix.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) January 7, 2019
Is that the shortest stint as offensive coordinator in USC history?
It looks like the possibility of NFL money is more intriguing to Kingsbury than the southern California women. That’s hard to believe.