During a distinguished career, Kyle became the first Irish captain to win a Grand Slam in 1948.He also won Five Nations titles in 1949 and 1951. The Belfast man won 46 Ireland caps, and was also a member of the 1950 Lions, playing in all six tests on the tour of Australia and New Zealand.
It seems the Trojans have a type.After former Texas Tech head coach Kliff Kingsbury accepted USC’s offensive coordinator job and left for the head coaching gig with the Arizona Cardinals barely a month later, the team went out and hired another former Red Raider quarterback as their OC. According to multiple reports, the Trojans have hired North Texas offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach Graham Harrell as their new offensive coordinator.Harrell has spent the last three years in Denton, Texas, with the Mean Green helping the team to three straight nine-win records and a top-20 offense in each of the last two years. Related News USC stopping NFL teams from talking to coaching candidate Kliff Kingsbury, report says Cardinals hire Kliff Kingsbury as new head coach The 33-year-old played quarterback at Texas Tech from 2006-08 and helped the Red Raiders to their highest-ever national ranking when they rose as high as No. 2 nationally behind only Nick Saban’s Alabama. Harrell then spent a year with the Saskatchewan Roughriders of the Canadian Football League, another three as a backup to Aaron Rodgers in Green Bay and one final year with the Jets in 2013.He then went on to take a job with former Texas Tech head coach Mike Leach in Washington State for a couple of years coaching the wide receivers before he moved on to North Texas.USC has not announced the hiring yet.