Pete Carroll Congratulated Ed Orgeron

Ed Orgeron heard from a lot of people after beating Stanford. Among them: Former USC coach Pete Carroll, former USC assistant Rocky Seto, Dwayne Johnson (aka The Rock who played for Orgeron at Miami, Brian Cushing, Anthony Munoz, Marcus Allen, Cortez Kennedy and Warren Sapp.

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  • rusoviet

    Warren Sapp? Man his buds at Miami-FL ain’t gonna’ like that.

    • Walt Hazzard

      He coached Sapp @ Miami

      • Trojan Hoarse

        He helped convince Sapp to convert from TE to DT…..

  • TrojanFan

    You forgot Lane Kiffin, your buddy!

    • Trojan Hoarse

      Actually, per Reign of Troy, “Former USC head coach Lane Kiffin text messaged multiple players after the game to congratulate them personally. According to one player on the USC offense, Kiffin’s text read as the following: “I’m proud of you guys. I’m happy for you and I love you.”………….

      • ScottWolfSniffsHisOwnFarts

        Kiffin demonstrates class and dignity amidst adversity. Wolf remains a petulant hack. I wonder which one will go on to do great things with his life.

  • realtrojan

    lol. I’m sure Caesar must have felt pretty sweet about SC beating Stanford even “indirectly”. Nobody would assume he had forgotten that infamous question/remark at post post game handshake made by Harbaugh a few years ago.

    As for Orgeron, how could he not given at least a one year contract after beating Colorado fUCLA? But if his team loses to fUCLA, not many people would resist the idea of getting a new guy in there. So the final game of the season will probably the game of his life in many ways.

  • grave soul

    Cheaty Petey trying to weasel his way back into the scene anyway he can!

    • TrojanFan

      Go to bed! Dementia is some nasty stuff!

    • steveg

      Perhaps PC was congratulating an old friend? What does he need in our scene, he has a great one of his own in Seattle. Get a life.

  • tostevinUSC

    That’s cool but he forgot about the 90,000 people who flooded the field to congratulate him….Which begs the question-Will Ed Orgeron be making the rounds to local hospitals to visit the fans who were overrun with emotion and fellow Trojans at the same time?

  • B.Miller

    Way to go Ed O.. you are already a superstar!