Remember that exchange between Jim Harbaugh and Pete Carroll after Stanford's 55-21 bludgeoning of USC last November?
"What's your deal? What's your deal?" Carroll asked Harbaugh at midfield. The Trojan coach was angry with Harbaugh, who decided to go for two with a 27-point lead.
"What's your deal?" Harbaugh retorted.
Now Stanford is using that exchange to sell tickets, according to Jon Wilner of the San Jose Mercury News.
It's called the "What's your deal?" package, which consists of tickets to the Oct. 9 game against USC plus two other games.
Wilner writes: "I'm told that Harbaugh thought about the 'What's your deal?' idea for several days and, along with a few department staffers, decided that it wasn't in poor taste because Carroll has moved on to the Seahawks.
"Were Carroll still at USC, there's no way Stanford would be doing this."
Thanks to the Midwest Correspondent and Image of Sport.