Greene talks career at USC

USC tight end Kevin Greene breaks down his time as a Trojan and what the loss to UCLA meant.

It was a bittersweet moment for USC tight end Kevin Greene as he ran through the tunnel at the Coliseum for the last time on Saturday.

Unfortunately for Greene, his last home game was a loss to crosstown rival UCLA. Still, Greene says the Trojan football program has had a big impact on him.

"It's been a wonderful career. I have no regrets," said Greene. I would never think of going anywhere else."

The loss against the Bruins moves the Trojans' record to 6-2 under interim head coach Ed Orgeron. And with the other loss coming against Notre Dame, the question as to whether Orgeron should take over permanently has been raised. But if it were up to Greene, Coach O would get the job today.

"We love Coach O, we'd do anything for him," said Greene. "He's really who we're playing for."

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