|Andy Enfield hires assistants, USC 150/1 long shot to win NCAA title|
|Written by Anthony Rome|
|Saturday, 13 July 2013 23:15|
USC now 150/1 under Enfield
LOS ANGELES (AP) - New Southern California basketball coach Andy Enfield has made two new hires while retaining another coach for his staff.
Chris Capko was named director of basketball operations and Kurtis Schultz will serve as strength and conditioning coach for the men's team. Dieter Horton remains with USC while getting the new title of special assistant to Enfield.
Capko comes from Georgia Southern, where he was an assistant the last two years.
Schultz comes to the college ranks from the NFL, where he spent the last three years as head strength and conditioning coach for Tampa Bay. He had other NFL stints with Minnesota and Cincinnati.
Horton spent the last three seasons as an assistant under former Trojans coach Kevin O'Neill, who left earlier this year.
According to oddsmakers from online sports book Bovada.lv, USC is currently a 150/1 long shot to win next year's NCAA title. Kentucky is the current favorite to win next year's championship at 7/2, while Kansas has the next-best odds at 13/2 and Louisville is 10/1 after winning the last March Madness tournament. Duke, Michigan State and North Carolina are all 12/1, respectively.