Rocky Seto has been a coach on Pete Carroll's staff since he was 25 years old. He started of as a volunteer assistant for Paul Hackett in 1999 and became a graduate assistant for Carroll in 2001. In between now and 2001, Seto has coached the linebackers and defensive backs, but when Nick Holt joined Steve Sarkisian's staff at Washington this year, Seto became the Trojans's defensive coordinator.
Seto didn't have much to worry about in San Jose State the first week of the season, but had a huge challenge week two in trying to contain Terrelle Pryor and the Ohio State offense in front an extremely hostile Buckeye crowd.
We spoke to Seto on Monday after USC returned hom after an impressive victory over Ohio State on Satirday.
Click on the link below to view our interview with Seto on Monday.