Stanford and Washington fire their basketball coaches, but USC is unlikely to fire Andy Enfield

Multiple Pac-12 schools (soon to be in other conferences) fired their head basketball coaches this week. Years of drift and a lack of high-end results led Stanford and Washington to make choices which realistically could have and should have been made at least one year earlier if not more. USC could choose to fire Andy Enfield, but in fairness to Enfield, the Trojan coach has made a series of NCAA Tournaments before running into a disaster this year. Enfield has achieved a lot more than what other failed coaches have managed to do at other schools. That having been said, USC fell far short of expected standards this season. Injuries played a key role, and we’re not going to ignore or dismiss that. However, USC lost a number of games it still should have won, even if you factor the injuries into the equation. Let’s discuss the pros and cons of firing Andy Enfield, but we remind you that the school is likely to retain him for two obvious reasons.

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Story originally appeared on Trojans Wire