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Former USC basketball coach Bob Cantu tweets his new plans

July 23, 2013|By Diane Pucin
  • Former USC coach Bob Cantu has a new interest.
Former USC coach Bob Cantu has a new interest. (Gina Ferazzi / Los Angeles…)

Bob Cantu, who coached the USC men's basketball team on an interim basis last winter after Kevin O'Neill was fired midseason, was left unemployed after the Trojans hired Andy Enfield for the job.

Tuesday Cantu sent out a tweet about his newest venture, the Cantu Enrichment Program.

In the words, we presume, of Cantu on the front page of his new website, "It is every parents dream to know that their child has completed their homework, done some type of physical activity and learned more about leadership goals, and current technology from 3 pm-6 pm. My new program will allow that dream to become a reality and for optimal convenience it will take place on their school campus. Take advantage of this program now at a cost lower than the national baby sitting hourly rate. -- Bob Cantu

Can everyone find the grammatical errors in that statement? But, then, Cantu isn't going to teach grammar. We hope.


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