123456789 The fact that Riley took the job signals, in part, that USC is still one of the best jobs out there. The name brand and infrastructure have taken plenty of hits, but USC's position on the West Coast and in a conference that's begging for a team to truly dominate it makes the potential sky-high. It's why the immediate expectations are a Pac-12 title, at the very least, and certainly a College Football Playoff berth sooner rather than later. Riley has led Oklahoma to three playoff appearances in four years, while USC has yet to even sniff the playoff. And it's safe to say that it'll be easier to make it back there in the Pac-12 than with Oklahoma once the Sooners join the SEC.