USC's Seto spurns Bills offer

Trojan assistant coach Rocky Seto, who was recently moved from working with the linebackers to defensive backs, has said that he will remain at USC instead of taking a job with the Buffalo Bills of the NFL.

"I was extremely flattered by the offer and I was impressed by Coach [Dick] Jauron and the set-up in Buffalo, but it just wasn't time," Seto told the LA Times. "I had to fulfill my obligations to the players and the (Trojan) program."

Seto, who will turn 30 in March, is a former walk-on linebacker at USC (he earned a scholarship in his senior year) who began his coaching career as a volunteer assistant in 1999 before moving into a GA under role under Carroll from 2001-2002 and a full-time position coaching the safeties in 2003 and the linebackers from 2004-2005.

Bills Head Coach Dick Jauron continues his search to fill the last vacancy on his staff. The Bills are hoping to have an announcement on a new hiring as soon as the end of the week.

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