Pete Carroll: In Pete I Trust

March 24, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

On Jan. 11, 2010 Pete Carroll stepped down as the head football coach of the USC Trojans. Pete Carroll has been a NFL coach and head coach as well as one of the most dominate college coachs in the past decade.
I know that people look at his NFL career and say he isn't fit for the NFL.
The 1994 N.Y. Jets went 6-10, not that impressive for a first year head coach. But the 1994 roster wasn't that impressive; other then Boomer Esiason at QB, and maybe WR Rob Moore, no one stands out. It was obvious looking at his offense, the one he adopted, that it wasn't producing. He was fired after that season.
In 1997, Carroll took over for the legendary Bill Parcells. That Patriots team went 10-6 and placed first in the AFC East. He lost in the Divisional Round of the playoffs to the Pittsburgh Steelers. The following season he finished 9-7 and lost in the wildcard game. The next season he went 8-8. After that season, Bill Belichick took over as head coach.
He finished his NFL co...

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