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USC's Pete Carroll getting no sympathy on BCS complaint

November 6, 2008 |  2:15 pm

Pete Carroll USC Coach Pete Carroll usually says the BCS will untangle itself by the end of the season and all you can do is win and watch it work.

This season, he says the BCS system stinks.

That presumably is because the Trojans, in seventh place in the BCS standings, don't appear to have a likely route to the championship game in Miami.

He gets no sympathy from the Sporting News' college football expert, Matt Hayes, who says, "Well, boo-freaking-hoo.''

You can read Hayes at the Sporting News to find out why he's crying crocodile tears for USC.

The Times' Bill Plaschke expressed similar sentiments about Pete Carroll and his complaints earlier this week.

-- Randy Harvey

Photo: Pete Carroll during a Tuesday news conference at Heritage Hall. Credit: Kirby Lee / Image of Sports - US Presswire