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USC's Pete Carroll Pulls April Fool's Day Prank On Everson Griffen

4/7/08 in NCAAF   |   100%InjuryRate   |   1283 respect


The Wizard of Odds found this rather hilarious video on Friday, but I sort of missed it. This is Pete Carroll pulling an April Fools Day prank on USC D-end Everson Griffen, who's picked up by police for "physically attacking a freshman."

The freshman turned out to be offensive lineman Matt Meyer, who gut run over by Griffen during a spring practice session.

The funny thing though is how quietly Griffen went, almost like he knew he'd finally been pinched on something. After all, they say most innocent people typically create a big stink when they get arrested. Carroll might want to keep an eye on Griffen.

By the way, it's a good thing Les Miles didn't try this move on Ryan Perrilloux. If that had happened, Perrilloux would probably be doing 15 years in a Baton Rogue jail for assaulting 10 police officers - if he isn't there already. 
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