Lynn Swann, employed by the USC Trojans three years ago to run a sports department that is too familiar with the scandal, says he will not resign in the face of more of it.
Swann speaks to the Los Angeles Times about the college's adoption mishap where a senior associated athletic director, water polo coach and former football coach was accused and later dismissed by the school, saying they were veteran athletics officials who "had seen bad things done and knew better."  "I think everyone was blindsided by this," Swann said in the interview with the Times. "The fact that it was a leading employee and also our husband's and women's main water polo coach …. These are people who have been here for a long time and people who have been here during difficult times and had seen bad things Everything was completely shocked, discouraged and surprised. "
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Swann, 67, a Pro Football Hall of Famer and former Trojans recipient, was hired by USC in April 2016 to successfully retire athletic director Pat Haden.
Swann said that in the future, a person will not have as much responsibility as senior administrators as the fired Donna Heinel had.
"We will work with the university to implement the best system," Swann said. "We will work with the administration, admission, sports administrators, recruits and scouts so there are more eye balls on this. Moving forward when a list of names is presented, the coach sees it, the recruiter sees it, the administrator sees it and others see it so we know that these are real student athletes we are trying to get.
"Whether they are a preferred walk on football or someone else, we need to know that this is real student athletes. One of the first things I did when I read the affidavit was where I called Katharine Harrington, vice president of assumptions and planning at USC, and I apologized to her. The registration department had no idea that this happened. They had no idea, and why would they? "
Swann was among more than 200 candidates considered for the position before he arrived. He had no college administration experience, but was the third consecutive US football player in the US take the stand.
A four-hour Super Bowl champion With the Pittsburgh Steelers playing for the Trojans and elected with the 21st overall election of the NFL draft in 1974, Swann said he will not go down.  "I have not considered giving up. I'm busy with this school and I'm busy with this job, Swann said. "This was an opportunity that presented itself to me. I never went out and looked for this job, but this is a job I feel I am prepared for. All I do at USC I have done for someone else about it claims capital, sits on company boards, is the chairman of Big Brother Big Sisters of America, chairman of the president's council on sports fitness and nutrition. "
Swann won a national championship at USC 1972, when the Trojans went 12-0. Swann graduated from the university with a bachelor's degree in PR. He is also a member of the College Football Hall of Fame.
] "I've done a lot of things in my life that have given me experience of moving into this position," Swann told the Los Angeles Times. "I felt like a good opportunity. Do I want to do it forever? No. I would like to do it for 10 years. In corporate America they see a duty as a CEO and they say that 10 years is about right.
"We have a good school and therefore they did what they did to try to get their children in this school."  Information from The Associated Press was used in this report.