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Write. It. Down.

 

Now this is completely speculation, but based on what he's saying even before he's been offered the job, I'm thinking the poodle high-tails it to South Beach.

 

Here's just a sampling (mind you, this is after he said he absolutely expects to be at USC)

 

"This is one instance I've come in contact with that has all the elements I've talked about. (Huizenga) has structured a program where the head coach has the entire say, from top to bottom."

 

"It's a one-voice program. I don't think there are any other situations like that in the NFL."

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Talk radio here in Miami is saying that Huizenga offered him 8 million a season, right up there with Holmgren's contract. Not to mention Florida has no state tax. I think California's state tax is around 9 percent if im not mistaken...So the money differential between USC and the Phins is looking huge. It's definitely getting interesting, wouldn't be suprised either way.

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I posted a few days ago that Carroll would need Huizenga to offer him Holmgren-esque money to even think about it. I'm not sold, but now it's looking like it could happen.

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I think he stays, he said even after meeting with the Dolphins he vows to be back at USC, course you never know with coaches these days, except for Charlie Weis, who is staying in South Bend

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If this coaching change ever does happen, does anyone think that any recruits could possibly decommit from USC? Maybe Marc Tyler or Chris Gallipo?

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Guest irishrick

you might be right .he likes to call all the shots, i hope he goes but i also would like him to stay so we can beat his butt and not haveany bush push. :lol: 8) :roll:

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As much as I want him to leave, he isn't going anywhere. He is running a program right now that is doing something that rivals anything ever done in college football history. The guy has a team that is only getting better every year, and if he stays he will go down as one of the best coaches in the history of the sport.

 

The Dolphins are without a doubt one of the best (if not the best) places for a coach to work. The owner is willing to spend money, and doesn't require the coach to turn the team around in a year or 2. The owner will give you as much time, power, and money you need to do your job. If PC doesn't take this job, there isn't one he will take.

 

My fear is that we will be facing PC for several years to come.

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I think he stays, he said even after meeting with the Dolphins he vows to be back at USC, course you never know with coaches these days, except for Charlie Weis, who is staying in South Bend

I'm not so sure, the quote I saw went something like "I have met with WH but I have not been offered the job. At this point, I'm planning on staying at SC."

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In his quote, he said he "expects" to be back at USC next year. No promises were made.

 

He also said that the Miami coaching job is unique because the coach has control over player personnel, which is the only way he would coach in the NFL again.

 

I remember reading somewhere that that is why he felt he didn't succeed with the Jets or Pats, no control over who was on the team.

 

I'm not saying that he's going, but his words have been very carefully chosen and he seems to be leaving them open for interpretation.

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He also said that the Miami coaching job is unique because the coach has control over player personnel' date=' which is the only way he would coach in the NFL again.[/quote']

would another reason be because USC is about to have the hammer swung down on them by the NCAA for violations in the reggie bush situation? remember reggie bush was asked not to showup to the rose bowl.

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Can we either lock this up or change the title? I get excited every time I open this thing up only to be disappointed.

 

Carroll's not going anywhere he's too much of a college guy. He is wired to coach young guys that are motivated and competitive not guys who collect a paycheck.

 

haha, that's why i titled it what i did, to attract attention (newspaper headline mentality).

 

Anyway, I do think he takes off.

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