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Pete Carroll voted greatest coach in USC history

Do you agree?

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So, who gets your vote?

Recently, the USC Trojans athletics website ran a fan vote contest to name the greatest coach in USC history. There were multiple options to choose from, that’s for sure.

Considering coaches have led the Trojans to a combined 130 national championships, the who’s who of the greatest coach in USC history candidates were as illustrious as you could imagine.

From Rod Dedeaux to Dean Cromwell and John McKay to Pete Carroll, the candidates really made you pause long and hard to decide the greatest.

The fans have voted, and they came up with Pete Carroll as the greatest coach in USC history.

Carroll led the Trojans football team two national championships and put the USC football team on the national map as one of the most feared units in the country when he was at the helm. He had players win multiple Heisman Trophies, multiple national awards.

He left for the NFL after the 2009 season and has been with the Seattle Seahawks since.

All his success in hand, as well as the successes of all the other candidates from the illustrious USC athletics history, who gets your vote?