Not all USC coaches are created equal ... at least when it comes to real estate -- just ask Trojan basketball coach Andy Enfield who just got rocked in Florida the same week Lane Kiffin made out like a bandit in L.A.
TMZ Sports has learned Enfield took a $130k hit on his "Dunk City" home in Fort Meyers, FL -- where he lived when he ran the b-ball program at Florida Gulf Coast University.
Enfield dropped $725k on the place when he bought in 2011 -- and initially put it on the market for $675k when he ditched the school in 2013.
But no one bit ... so he dropped and dropped and dropped ... until he finally found someone to take the property off his hands last month for $597,500, according to RealEstate.com.
It's the opposite side of the spectrum from Kiffin -- who made $1 MILLION last week after selling the Manhattan Beach pad where he lived during his time at SC.
The good news for Enfield -- his wife's super hot (see below).