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Report: Steve Sarkisian was intoxicated during Arizona State win

Colin Cowherd Wants You to Leave Steve Sarkisian Alone - 'The Herd'

After learning on Sunday that USC head coach Steve Sarkisian would be taking a leave of absence from the team to deal with his alcohol issues, we're starting to see more reports of some troubling behavior that may have taken place this season.

The latest has to deal with his behavior during the team's win over Arizona State late last month.

According to the report, Sarkisian had to be pulled from the players huddle at one point by the assistant coaches because he was visibly intoxicated.


Of course, now that the news is out there in the open, you have to take everything you hear with a grain of salt. Yes, we knew about Sarkisian's past issues with substance abuse, but there have been some wild reports making the rounds over the course of the past few hours.

If this is true, though, this is just another troubling indicator that he maybe should have been put into the proper treatment back this summer when the incident at the booster get-together took place.

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