|2 - National Championships (2003, '04)|
|3 - Heisman Trophy winners; Pac-10 Coach of the Year honors; and consecutive Rose Bowl victories (2007-09; a first by any school)|
|4 - Consecutive season sweeps of traditional rivals UCLA and Notre Dame (2002-05), the most ever by a USC coach|
|5 - Number of seasons Carroll also served as USC's Defensive Coordinator (2001-2005), during which time Troy led the Pac-10 in total defense twice (2002, '04) and scoring defense four times (2001-04)|
|6 - BCS game victories, against one loss|
|7 - Consecutive Pac-10 crowns (2002-08), a league record; consecutive BCS bowls, an NCAA record; 11-win seasons, also an NCAA record; consecutive AP Top 4 finishes; consecutive seasons leading the Pac-10 in attendance (2003-2009)|
|9 - Pac-10 Offensive, Defensive and Freshman of the Year honorees|
|13 - Wins in the 2004 season, a USC first|
|14 - First round NFL draft picks, including a No. 1 (Carson Palmer) and a No. 2 (Reggie Bush)|
|16 - Total wins against UCLA and Notre Dame, against only two losses|
|19 - Number of losses, of which 16 were by a touchdown or less|
|20 - Number of games, of the last 34 played at home, in which the Trojans played in front of 90,000-plus crowds.|
|33 - Consecutive weeks atop the AP poll (including two preseason polls), from 2003-05|
|34 - First Team All-Americans|
|35 - First Team All-Americans; Victories over AP Top 25 teams, with win streaks of 16 and 10|
|45 - Number of games in which the Trojans scored 40 or more points under Carroll (including 17 times with at least 50 points)|
|53 - Total NFL draft picks|
|62 - Pac-10 wins against 14 losses for a league record 81.6 winning percentage; First Team All-Pac-10 honorees|
|88 - Number of wins in the first eight years, tied for the most ever by a DI head coach in his first eight years since 1900|
|97 - Total wins, establishing the winningest nine-year span in Trojan annals|
|103 - Consecutive games played while ranked in the AP Top 25, a school record|
|106 - Consecutive games televised live (current)|
|117 - Number of points allowed in the 2008 season for an average of 9.0 per game, the best in the nation that season|
|638 - Points scored in the 2005 season for an average of 49.1 per game (both numbers are Pac-10 records)|
|2004 - The year in which USC became only the second team ever to hold its AP preseason No. 1 ranking all the way through the season|
|2009 - The year in which Carroll was named the "Coach of the Decade" by Lindy's|
Accepting the BCS Trophy after winning the 2005 Orange Bowl.
Carroll with Heisman winners Matt Leinart and Reggie Bush.
Shaking hands with Irish coach Charlie Weis after beating Notre Dame, 34-31 in 2005.
With Troy Polamalu, who later went on to be drafted 16th overall by the Pittsburgh Steelers in the 2003 NFL Draft.
Carroll and the Trojans went wire-to-wire in 2004, starting and finishing the year ranked No. 1 in the AP Poll and winning the National Championship.