Carroll changed way recruiting game is played
LOS ANGELES -- At 3 a.m. Wednesday, the trill of the cell phone awoke Ole Miss football coach Ed Orgeron in Oxford.
"What the heck are you doing sleeping?" USC coach Pete Carroll asked, delighted that he had one-upped his former top assistant. "It's signing day!"
Granted, it was merely 1 a.m. in Heritage Hall. But it's safe to assume that, four hours before national letters of intent could be accepted from recruits, most coaches would have been asleep. While it may be a stretch to ...
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