Report: Summers hired as USC offensive line coach

Report: Summers hired as USC offensive line coach

USC will hire Mike Summers as offensive line coach. (Photo: Benjamin Krain/Arkansas Democrat-Gazette)

USC will hire Mike Summers as offensive line coach. (Photo: Benjamin Krain/Arkansas Democrat-Gazette)

[dropcap]M[/dropcap]ike Summers will be hired as USC’s offensive line coach, according to Bruce Feldman of CBSSports.com.

Summers spent the past three seasons as Kentucky’s offensive line and running game coordinator. Before Kentucky, he was hired by Bobby Petrino in 2003, and coached with Petrino until 2009 through stops at Lousiville, the Atlanta Falcons and Arkansas. He accepted a position to re-join Petrino at Western Kentucky in January.

He coached alongside USC wide receivers coach Tee Martin during the 2010-11 seasons.

James Cregg, the Trojans’ offensive line coach the past three seasons, will remain on staff.

Summers madeĀ $289,700 last season with the Wildcats.

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