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The USC Trojans have been the closest thing to a dynasty in college football in this decade, and Pete Carroll has been the ringleader of this powerhouse program.
USC had been mediocre for some time before Carroll's arrival, but they have been unstoppable on the West Coast for this decade.
Eight straight Pac-10 titles and a 33-game winning streak, to go with a national championship in 2005, speak for themselves—not to mention three Heisman Trophy winners as well.
The only criticism of Carroll is his team losing games to teams far inferior to their own. But they more than make up for it by dominating the talented teams at every opportunity possible.
He is probably the best recruiter in the country, and losing players every year doesn't affect the steam of the Trojan machine.
Pete Carroll has created the program of the decade in college football, and he intends to keep it that way for as long as he stays in Southern Cal.