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Head coach Pete Carroll of the USC Trojans celebrates after defeating the Boston College Eagles during the 2009 Emerald Bowl at AT&T Park on December 26, 2009 in San Francisco, California.
Pete Carroll is leaving USC to coach the NFL's Seattle Seahawks. With an announcement expected tomorrow morning, Carroll will sign a five-year contract with the team and will have full control of the Seahawks operation. In his nine seasons as head of USC's football program, Carroll guided the Trojans to a 97-19 record and seven Pacific 10 Conference championships. What's next for USC, and who will take Carroll's place?
Chris DuFresne, Sports Writer, Los Angeles Times, covering college football and basketball