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USC apologizes for ‘offensive chant’ during game against BYU – Colorado Springs, Colorado

Colorado Springs, Colorado 2021-11-29 20:13:38 –

The University of Southern California (USC) has members of the Student Affairs Division Reportedly BYU makes unpleasant remarks in connection with his partnership with The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

The chant took place during a USC-BYU football game that was televised nationwide on Saturday.

In response, the USC said, “Aggressive chanting from the student section directed at BYU during last night’s football game is inconsistent with Trojan horse values. It is unpleasant and into the BYU program. I apologize. “

USC defensive line coach Vic So’oto, who attended BYU, issued his own statement and tagged BYU coaches and athletics directors.

“I didn’t listen to the chant, but I know it doesn’t reflect the Trojan family I’ve come to know and love,” he said. “Alum @ BYU @ BYUfootball @ kalanifsitake @ TomHolmoe I sincerely apologize. All love. A fierce battle game.”

According to the Salt Lake Tribune, USC Quarterback, Jackson Dart, Linebacker Taylor Katoa is a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, who owns and operates BYU.



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