BREAKING: Bolden faces two-year suspension from football
Bubba Bolden was anointed as one of USC's starting safeties right up against the end of fall camp. In fact, he first talked to the media about his new leadership role for the first time just three days before USC's opening game against UNLV.
The very next day after those interviews, it was announced Bolden would not play for the Trojans in their game against the Rebels.
USC247.com has an extensive report about allegations against Bolden which was published on September 1 (https://www.usc247.com/news/2018/9/1/sources-give-the-latest-details-on-bolden.) And now, we have even more details about what's to come for the Las Vegas native.
According to multiple sources, Bolden is facing a two year suspension from football activities. These sources also say the details of the punishment have not been finalized yet and could change. Bolden is expected to hear a final proposal from USC administration on Friday.
One of these sources added that he would expect Bolden to transfer if given a two year suspension from football. If the suspension is brought down to just one season, this source believes Bolden would seriously consider a red shirt year.
USC247.com reached out to to Bolden and USC's media relations department. We didn't receive a comment back but will update this article if we do.