Lincoln Riley is already loving his life on the West Coast.
Since leaving Oklahoma to become USC’s head coach, the 38-year-old has now officially made himself at home in California by purchasing a $17.2 million mansion. The home is a 3.17-acre home in Palos Verdes Estates, according to Dirt’s Wendy Bowman.
The seven-bedroom, 12-bathroom mansion also features a five-car garage, other glitzy amenities include an elevator, seven fireplaces, a movie theater, tennis court, putting green, sauna and steam rooms, a 600-bottle wine room and a generator.
Riley left the University of Oklahoma, where he’d spent the past five years as head coach of the Sooners, to accept the USC job back in November.
“Everything intrigued me,” Riley told reporters in November about the move. “The location, the history of the program, the opportunities here to recruit, to build a national championship level roster. The opportunity for my family to live in a new place.”
Riley guided the Sooners to a 55-10 record over his five seasons at the helm, and they finished inside the Top 10 every season, including three appearances in the College Football Playoff.
He will now be tasked to return USC back to what they once were. The program is coming off a 4-8 season and has only finished inside the Top Five of the final AP poll once since 2008.