Carroll making the USC "V" for victory sign after a 2008 fall practice
|Title||Assistant Offensive Line|
|Born||March 20, 1979|
|Coaching career (HC unless noted)|
|2002||USC Trojans (GA:O/ST)|
|2003||USC Trojans (GA:TE)|
|2004-2006||USC Trojans (TE)|
|2007-2009||USC Trojans (RC) & (TE)|
|2011-2012||Miami Hurricanes (TE Coach and RC)|
|2013-2014||Miami Hurricanes (WR Coach and RC)|
|2015-present||Seattle Seahawks (OL)|
|Accomplishments and honors|
|2 AP National College Football Champion (2003,2004)
1 Bowl Championship Series Championship (2004)
7 Pac-10 Conference Championships (2002-2008)
In 2002, Carroll joined the USC Trojans football team staff as a graduate assistant, under his father, Pete Carroll, who was then head coach. During his first season he worked with offense and special teams. During his second season on staff, he worked with the tight ends. In 2004, he became the full-time assistant coach in charge of tight ends. In 2007, in addition to his work as an assistant coach, he became the team's Recruiting Coordinator. Also in 2007, Trojans tight end Fred Davis, who Brennan coached, won the John Mackey Award, which goes to the nation's top tight end. In February 2010, it was announced that the recently hired head coach Lane Kiffin would not retain Brennan Carroll.
High school career
- ESPN.com, Sources: Brennan Carroll to Miami, ESPN, December 22, 2010, Accessed January 2, 2011.
- Mike Sager, Big Balls Pete Carroll, Esquire, September 11, 2009, Accessed September 22, 2009.
- USCTrojans.com, Brennan Carroll Profile, accessed August 08, 2010
- Ben Malcolmson, USC The Ripits Blog Clay Helton hired as assistant coach, accessed February 18, 2010
- Bruce Feldman, Carroll to the U, accessed December 22, 2010
- "HurricaneSports.com", "Cristobal named Canes Associate Head Coach", January 10, 2013.
- Pete Carroll, post, Twitter, February 23, 2009, Accessed February 26, 2009.
- Pete Carroll, post, Twitter, February 25, 2009, Accessed February 26, 2009.