When USC signed head basketball coach Andy Enfield, they also added his former model wife Amanda Marcum to the Trojan family.

Marcum now joins Layla Kiffin, wife of USC head football coach Lane, as another attractive spouse at the major college program.

The Trojans announced the signing via Twitter Monday night, and a press conference has reportedly been scheduled for today. Enfield will reportedly make $1.5 million per season over six years.

Enfield shot to fame after leading No. 15 seed Florida Gulf Coast to the Sweet 16 in the NCAA Tournament, with his “Dunk City” offense, and the Eagles also improved their record by 11 wins in his second season.

But America also took notice of Enfield and FGCU because of Marcum, who has appeared in men’s magazine Maxim, but left her modeling career behind to start a family with Enfield.

The Kiffins returned to USC in 2010 after one season at Tennessee, and according to the Los Angeles Times back in 2010, Layla told her husband, “You should be the next coach at SC. It’s a no-brainer.”

Both families have three young children, and will also look to bring success back to USC on both the football field and the court.

In three seasons, Kiffin has amassed a 25-13 overall record, including a disappoint 7-6 run last year when the Trojans were expected to contend for a national title.

USC’s basketball program has floundered over the last four seasons with a 39-48 mark, mostly attributed to 28-44 Pac-12 record.

Check out pictures below of both Marcum and Layla Kiffin.