Report: USC AD Pat Haden hospitalized twice in last two days
The Los Angeles Times is reporting that USC athletic director Pat Haden, also a member of the playoff selection committee, has been hospitalized twice in the last two days.
USC athletic director Pat Haden was not at USC's annual "Salute To Troy" event on campus Saturday night, and the Los Angeles Times is reporting that Haden has been hospitalized twice in the last two days because he hasn't been feeling well.
USC has not issued a comment on Haden's status.
Aside from being the athletic director at USC, Haden is also one of the members of the College Football Playoff selection committee. There are 13 members of the committee, and their job will be to choose the four schools participating in the first College Football Playoff this season, as well as the teams that will play in the access bowls (Orange, Fiesta and Peach).
Haden has been the athletic director at USC since 2010, and also played quarterback at the school from 1971 to 1974.
UPDATE: USC tweeted this from its official account Sunday evening.
USC AD Pat Haden reports that he is feeling fine and thanks everyone for their well wishes. He expects to check out of the hospital today.— USC Trojans (@USC_Athletics) August 24, 2014
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