Carroll, Sarkisian to assist Kiffin with play calls
Originally Published: March 28, 2005By Ted Miller | Special to ESPN.com
A 29-year-old replaced Norm Chow as USC's offensive coordinator, and that sounds like the coaching equivalent of handing over Michael Schumacher's Ferrari to a 16-year-old with a spanking new driver's license. If that adolescent happened to be called "Andretti," however, the apparently risky move might be described as bold and inspired.
And Trojans coach Pete Carroll, whose own hiring hardly prompted euphoric huzzahs four years ago, probably deserves the benefit of the doubt after winning consecutive national championships.
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