Dissecting Pete Carroll's Motives for Bolting To the Seahawks

12th ManContributor IJune 17, 2010

RENTON, WA - JANUARY 12:  Pete Carroll answers questions at a press conference announcing his hiring as the new head coach of the Seattle Seahawks on January 12, 2010 at the Seahawks training facility in Renton, Washington. (Photo by Otto Greule Jr/Getty Images)
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The front page article on Fox Sports, reads:

“Escape from L.A.; Pete Carroll’s motive for jumping to the NFL undeniable now.”

If you read the piece, although I am not particularly enamored with Marvez’ work, he is fairly subjective in most of his article.

“But taking ultimate responsibility for the rules violations that have decimated his former college program wasn’t part of Carroll’s agenda.”

“What we heard in the two-minute video was whining and excuses rather than any admission of guilt.”

Did he take any responsibility for the harsh sanctions imposed on USC in his little Youtube video?

No, not really, agreed.

I have to ask though, did Pete Carroll set up Reggie Bush and his momma with dem new digs?

No.

Did Pete Carroll have any part in the disallowed communication between Reggie Bush and those sleaze ball agents who know that if you toss $300,000 at a teenager they are going to pant and drool?

No.

The fact is, the NCAA did not find that...

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