USC head football coach Lincoln Riley paid nearly $17.2 million for a seven-bedroom mansion overlooking the Pacific Ocean on the Palos Verdes Peninsula in Los Angeles County.

Dirt's Wendy Bowman reported Tuesday that California property records show Riley secured the estate on a discount from the original $19.5 million asking price.

Front Office Sports showcased pictures of the home and listed some of its amenities.

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 in late November.