USC bans alcohol in locker room

Now that it is known that USC Trojans head coach Steve Sarkisian got a little too “turnt up” during a private booster function, it appears that administrators at the University of Southern California are taking measures to ensure there are no further incidents behind close doors.

According to a report from Scott Wolf of the  Los Angeles Daily News, the Trojans have banned alcohol from the locker room for games this season.

Alcohol has been banned from #USC locker room for games this season

— InsideUSC (@InsideUSC) August 24, 2015

Hold up, what?

Why did they have to place a ban on alcohol in the locker room in the first place? Were the Trojans pregaming like college kids tend to do before heading out on a binger? Were there beer pong tournaments after big wins? We need to know these answers.

In all seriousness, the ban was likely put in place to stop coaches from enjoying a few beers in their lounge after a stressful game day.

Regardless of why the ban was put into place — be real, the university had to do SOMETHING to respond to their drunken head coach — it’s safe to say that the USC locker room will not be as exciting as it once was before.

Sorry, Sark. You need to empty that liquor cabinet you had in your office and remove all of the bottles from your drawer.

It’s unfortunate, but there comes a time in every grown man’s life where he has to turn down for a better cause.

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