Bomani and Spencer Hall react to Lincoln Riley going to USC | #TheRightTime

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On this episode of #TheRightTime with Bomani Jones, Bomani and Spencer Hall flirt with the idea of a Twitch listening party, discuss the coaching changes in college football, including what led Lincoln Riley to leave Oklahoma to go to USC and how Brian Kelly will do at LSU after leaving Notre Dame.

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