Thursday, September 13, 2007

[Shaughnessy] An expatriate in paradise - Boston Globe
He is a star in a land of stars, a nice Hollywood mix of Knute Rockne and Bob Barker.

University of Southern California football coach Pete Carroll needs more than an hour after practice to accommodate the daily interviews, autographs, photo requests, and meet-and-greet sessions. And you never know when Will Ferrell or Al Cowlings is going to be around.

Carroll coaches the No. 1 college team in the land and he's not roasted on sports talk radio anymore. The weather is great, the living is easy, and he probably has the deepest roster in the history of NCAA football. He's still pumped and jacked, and ready to put a positive spin on everything. He knows his Trojans are supposed to win, 45-0, every week and cruise to another national championship, which would be his third in seven years at [USC]...

Also, Carroll Excited to Invade Lincoln - Nebraska State Paper

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