Chiefs 42, Caesarhawks 24

Pete Carroll loses and Jeremy Bates goes 3 for 12 on third-down conversions.
UPDATED: It currently works out to $1.2 million per victory for the Carroll.

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  • trojanvitty

    who cares…

  • Evil Robot

    The only possible reasons for this could be the “decided schematic advantage” employed by Charlie Weis or the fact that Carroll drafted Earl Thomas over Taylor Mays. Weis, is obviously the superior coach in every aspect of the game and Thomas has been a huge disappointment as he is only third in the league in interceptions. What was SC thinking when they hired a bum like Carroll?

  • sureshot

    In other related news, former Trojan QB/backup tight end/wedge buster Matt Cassell had a heck of a game and is having a heck of a season. USC quarterbacks are doing pretty well this year with Mark Sanchez and Cassell both leading their respective teams to first place in their divisions. Carson Palmer is not having as great of a year and the Bengals suck, but he’s still probably better than the average quarterback.