first_imgA picture of USC fans during a home football game.LOS ANGELES, CA – OCTOBER 26: The USC student section cheers the USC Trojans in the game against the Utah Utes at Los Angeles Coliseum on October 26, 2013 in Los Angeles, California. USC won 19-3. (Photo by Stephen Dunn/Getty Images)USC’s football program announced a somewhat surprising decision today, revealing that head coach Clay Helton will return in 2019.The decision is a controversial one, with many arguing that it’s the right call, claiming that Helton deserves at least one more season.Others, meanwhile, believe USC’s fans have made up their mind and that the program needs to just move on.College football insider Stewart Mandel falls into the latter category.“I don’t think anything Swann said is wrong. Helton did have “one bad season.” ND/Kelly did come back from theirs. But USC fans have made up their mind. They’re done with him. There’s no winning then back. That stadium will be empty Week 1 next year,” he tweeted.I don’t think anything Swann said is wrong. Helton did have “one bad season.” ND/Kelly did come back from theirs.But USC fans have made up their mind. They’re done with him. There’s no winning then back. That stadium will be empty Week 1 next year.— Stewart Mandel (@slmandel) November 25, 2018Winning can cure a lot of things, though. If USC can find its way back to national prominence in 2019, the fans will eventually start showing up.Probably…last_img read more

The distribution is the first step in an effort to gain feedback on the historic document, UNTAET said. Members of the East Timor Constituent Assembly began travelling to the territory’s 13 districts today to organize the public consultations, scheduled for 26 February to 2 March. The 88 Assembly members have been divided into 13 groups for the consultations. Each group will hold public meetings and write a report containing the public’s criticisms and concerns. Those reports will then be presented to the full Assembly for debate ahead of a final vote and signing ceremony on 16 March. The popularly elected Assembly will transform itself into the nation’s first legislature upon East Timor’s independence on 20 May. read more