TEMPE, Ariz. -- Lane Kiffin was the first to leave.
USC's new football coach was smiling. Sort of.
"I'm smiling because I'm leaving," he said.
USC's second day in front of the NCAA infractions committee concluded at 6:35 p.m., local time, an hour later than Thursday's session. It's possible Saturday also could be a long day, considering that basketball coach Tim Floyd has yet to appear for questioning.
Everyone in attendance was under strict orders not to speak to the media after a second day that appeared to be dominated by a focus on the football program, particularly Trojans running backs coach Todd McNair.
USC and the committee hook up again Saturday around 8 a.m.