Does anyone think Pete Carroll would coach UCLA if it does not workout with Seattle?

I do not think it will workout in Seattle for Carroll because the NFL is a different beast, he is more wired for the college game than the pro game, plus I think Carroll will get burned out because of the daley grind of the NFL, which was the reason he left the first time, He will probably resign after next season, he looks little burned out already after just 4 games into this season. This leads to my theory, Rick Neuhuisel is not doing that hot into his 3rd season, the Bruins are 2-3 so far this season, they went to a mediocre bowl last year but barley won against some Sunbelt Conference team and I think they will not go to any bowl this year, which will be a big disappointment for a program that had a top 5 recruiting class and was a preseason contender for the Pac-10 title this year, if the Bruins do not go at least 8-4 and to a decent bowl game next season I think Neuhuisel will be gone. Look for Carroll to resign in Seattle some time next season, setting himself up to take the UCLA job with a couple top 10 recruiting classes that came in under Neuhuisel, a program that's not on probation, a chance to come back to L.A. and return to the college game. UCLA would be the perfect situation for a return to college ball, I know UCLA is USC's cross town rival but I do not think it matters to Carroll because a return to L.A. is just to tempting to turn down, plus a lot assist coaches have coached in both programs anyways, for example OC Norm Chow. When Carroll comes in he will probably keep Norm Chow on his staff as OC and have the Bruins in a BCS bowl in 2 years and a National title within 4 years. Tell me what you guys think about my theory? Thank You!

Asked By: - 10/14/2010
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After the mess that USC is in, I think any college would have to be pretty desperate to want anyone associated with that debacle.
Answered By: Rob B - 10/15/2010
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