The USC Trojans Can Protect Themselves by Not Going So Hard During Practice

Posted by Paul Peszko on September-29-2009 Add Comments

Perhaps no other college football team in the nation competes at practice like Pete Carroll’s Trojans.  The speed and intensity of each session on Howard Jones Field is often greater than what the team experiences in the actual games come Saturday.

It is this spirit of intense competition that has made Pete Carroll’s teams at USC so successful.  Seven straight Pac-10 titles, seven straight 11-win or better seasons, seven straight BCS Bowl appearances, seven straight Top 4 or better finishes.

But this season, all of that may be about to change.

With one conference loss already handed to them courtesy of former Pete Carroll assistants, Steve Sarkisian and Nick Holt, the head coach and defensive coordinator respec...

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