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Like everything Pete Carroll does, this will increase your hatred or love for him, depending on if you think he’s the worst or best. There’s no in between.
Pete Carroll likes winning. You could even call it an obsession of his. And that obsession especially takes hold whenever Jim Harbaugh is involved. So when he not only beats, but crushes a Harbaugh team? Well, then this happens.
You’ve seen the story of Brian Banks, the former hotshot high school football prospect who spent five years in prison for a rape the alleged victim later admitted never happened. You’ve seen Banks mark his new life as a free man with a Tonight Show appearance. But what you probably haven’t seen yet is Banks’ attempt to resume his football career, which was once so promising. And you can see the beginning of just that in the video above.
Two months ago, Seahawks defensive end Raheem Brock was arrested after he walked out on a $27 bill at a nightclub in Philadelphia. So when two uniformed police officers interrupted a team meeting and told him to get up out of his seat, Raheem Brock was probably a little nervous.
That was, until, his coach, Pete Carroll, told him he had just gotten “punked.” Then, Raheem Brock probably breathed a quick sigh of relief, went back to his seat in the meeting, gathered his thoughts, and fantasized about punching Pete Carroll in the face.
With summer winding down, Nate Robinson finds himself weighing a variety of options — among them going overseas to play basketball, or trying out for an NFL team. He’s seriously considering the latter.
The Seattle Seahawks got back to .500 yesterday, defeating the NFL-worst Carolina Panthers 31-14. They had to come from behind to do it – a comeback mapped on the face of Seahawks coach Pete Carroll.
Even though he’s not the King of LA anymore, Pete Carroll is still looking out for its people.
Pete Carroll might be gone from his cushy college gig and upset over sanctions against USC, but that doesn’t mean he suddenly has an aversion to wacky antics.
People haven’t even had their fill of the USC scandal yet, but brace yourself: it looks like there are more illegal compensation controversies on the way.
Pete Carroll doesn’t coach at USC anymore, but that didn’t stop him from weighing in – not happily, unsurprisingly – on the news that the NCAA levied harsh penalties against USC’s football team for violations committed during Carroll’s tenure. Carroll is famous for his upbeat attitude, but you won’t see much of that in this video.