Forward Davon Jefferson did not play tonight against Washington State in arguably the most important game of the season to date. USC coach Tim Floyd said it was a “coaches decision” and got angry at the post-game conference when asked about it.
“That’s all I’m going to say,” Floyd yelled.
But we don’t sit on our hands here and we did some digging tonight. Floyd suspended Jefferson for poor grades and a poor attitude, according to our sources. We also heard there might have been an argument during last week’s road trip in the Bay Area.
This is the second time Jefferson’s been suspended this season. He also sat the start of the season for unspecified problems.