No no no no no. Pete Carroll has done great at recruiting for USC and has had some great assistants to help him coach USC. Carroll is getting paid as much as an NFL coach at USC and has a sweet setup there, capable of continuing to get national championships. However, Carroll showed he couldn't do the NFL before, when he coached the Patriots, back when they continually failed. Bill Parcells set him up with a Super Bowl team and he couldn't deliver. I guess no one remembers either one of them. Carroll doesn't have the abilities to coach in the NFL. It has been said that he has a player-friendly, easygoing style that might suit the college game and particularly recruiting. Quite frankly, after Steve Spurrier, Nick Saban, or any of the other's who jumped to the NFL from the college ranks, I don't think they should be hiring these collegiate coaches to coach in the NFL. Its a totally different monster in the NFL. At these schools, they have a wealth of money to go after recruits and can get many interchangeable players, but evaluating talent in the NFL is different. Pete Carroll could do no worse than Norv Turner, but Carroll can do no better than USC.