USC247 on BC -- As reported on The Peristyle earlier Thursday, sources say USC is expected to formally offer Texas Director Of Recruiting Bryan Carrington a job this weekend. It was implied a job offer was already in play for Carrington, but this weekend’s meeting with the Trojans coaching staff is to be more official. Carrington, who followed Tom Herman from Houston to Texas, has been in contact with USC about a position on their support staff for the past few weeks. Sources noted in November that USC intended on expanding their support staff this offseason, so this is not just a matter of the athletic department filling holes left by departing personnel like Chris Claiborne and Hayes Pullard. Carrington has no on-the-field coaching experience, so he would obviously join the team with a different set of objectives than Claiborne or Pullard. A source in Texas says that Carrington will meet with Clay Helton and USC representatives in person in Los Angeles. That has also been confirmed by USC team sources. Carrington’s title at USC is to be determined, but sources believe it would be in a recruiting capacity. Carrington has been a recruiting point man for the Longhorn’s coaching staff. Sources say that Texas does want to keep Carrington, so Steve Sarkisian may eventually offer him an extension after his visit to Los Angeles.