In the aftermath of of Jim Harbaugh‘s decision to go for two points with his Stanford team pasting Southern Cal 48-21 at the time, Pete Carroll seemed to take a to-the-victors-go-the-spoils attitude about the Cardinal’s coach seemingly rubbing the Trojans’ collective faces in the rubble of their Pac-10 dynasty.
While that may seem to be Carroll’s attitude, an ESPN radio interview earlier this week made it clear it’s not something he’ll soon forget about.
As relayed by SportsByBrooks, Carroll dispensed the usual pleasantries about the the two-point conversion — “I haven’t bothered with it” … “I don’t really care” … “it doesn’t really matter” — before revealing exactly what’s going through his mind right now and what will make the wheels turn at this time next year.
“Will I forget it? No, I’m not forgetting it.“
Don’t know about you, but I’m already putting a big red circle around October 9 of 2010.
Something tells me that Carroll won’t be “forgetting it” by then, either.