Clay Helton reacts to Pac-12 controversy in typical fashion
Clay Helton is literally Mr. See No Evil; Hear No Evil; Speak No Evil.
The Pac-12 is nearly in flames today after Yahoo reported a conference executive with no training as a referee overruled the replay booth when it was determined a Washington State player targeted USC quarterback JT Daniels.
But Helton, in typical fashion, has literally nothing to say about it.
"I've been mostly concentrating on Colorado," he said. "Both the NCAA, as well as my nine years in the Pac-12, they've always made safety with the student-athlete priority one, and I know that's always going to be the case."
And this on Pac-12 commissioner Larry Scott.
"Larry's a good leader. He's going to do his job and take action and whatever he needs to do. I've got an organization to run here . . . but I've had great experiences with the Pac-12 in my nine years and I know they'll do whatever action is needed to make sure things are going right."
Can Helton ever express an opinion?
At this point, I would just settle for coaching a team that did not consistently make silly mistakes.