Men's Basketball
    There Is A Tangible Buzz Around The USC Men's Basketball Program

    Andy and Amanda Enfield

    July 24, 2013

    Since Andy Enfield was named the head coach of the USC men's basketball program in April there has been a tangible buzz about the program which has spread from coast to coast over the airways and on national television. With the amazing success in a short time at FGCU and the skills he has developed while working as a shooting coach, NBA assistant and collegiate assistant at Florida State, Enfield has caught the eye of America. Some would say it is his supermodel wife, Amanda, that has captured the nation's attention, but when you throw in Enfield's success in the business world, it is no wonder there have been references comparing him to the Dos Equis "Most Interesting Man in the World" spokesperson.

    A quick glance at Enfield's resume shows nothing but success: high school valedictorian, Johns Hopkins all-time leading scorer, NCAA all-divisions all-time leading free throw percentage (92.5), 1991 NABC Scholar Athlete of the Year, successful All Net Basketball shooting company, NBA shooting coach, NBA assistant coach and an assistant and top recruiter at Florida State, producing three-straight Top 10 classes and three trips to the NCAA tournament. Then Enfield led FGCU in just its second year of eligibility to the Sweet 16, the first No. 15 seed to advance that far.

    With all that coach Enfield brings to the table, it is no surprise that USC has been mentioned in many scouting services as being one of the finalists with many of the top-rated recruits.

    Here is a list of several of the media entities which have taken an interest in the USC-Andy Enfield story in the four months he has led the program:

    •	Appeared on the Jay Leno Show (Click Here To View Interview)
    •	Threw out the first pitch before the Los Angeles Angeles-Houston Astros game on June 3 (Click Here To View)
    •	Winning an ESPY (At the ESPYs)
    •	New York Times feature(View N.Y. Times Article)
    •	Washington Post Slate Magazine Feature (Slate Magazine story)
    •	Philadelphia Inquirer Feature (Philadelphia Inquirer story)
    •	Men's Journal Interview  (November issue)
    •	Los Angeles Magazine (November Issue)
    •	In studio with ESPN national radio personality Colin Cowherd