A former USC tailback sets up among the tailgaters doing his own little autograph session. He says it’s all for charity but an LA Times columnist wonders what the….?
You can see him outside most USC home games, set up at a little table with some color photos of himself running the football during his 1970s career under coach John McKay. Davis had a huge day against Notre Dame back when the rivalry really was a rivalry.
He’s glad to sign those pictures–as long as you drop ten bucks into a little box.
The price is reasonable enough as former college football stars go. At least that might be the show promoter’s take. T.J. Simers of the LA Times stumbled across the scene and wondered just exactly what was going on.
"The Anthony Davis Foundation" is where Davis says he’s putting the cash—helping less financially empowered kids go to old SC, but it just seemed a little unusual.