Posted September 13, 2012 on
PLAYERS: Pete Carroll
TEAMS: Seattle Seahawks
"We bow to no man, we bow to no program at Stanford University." Ever since Jim Harbaugh shot those words in Pete Carroll's direction shortly after being hired in 2007, the Stanford-USC rivalry has left half-empty stadiums and entered hyperspace.

Seahawks hope penalty problems just 1 week issue

Pete Carroll spent most of last season dealing with the Seattle Seahawks' inordinate amount of penalties. There were 138 to be exact, a franchise record and the second most in the NFL last season. So with the penalty problem being a point of emphasis, what did the Seahawks do in the season opener at Arizona? They committed 13 more infractions, tied for the most in Week 1. ...

Seattle Seahawks: Opening Day Identity Crisis

The Seattle Seahawks are a run, run, pass team. That's been the philosophy since Pete Carroll got to Seattle. Last year, it was more apparent, with Tarvaris Jackson as the quarterback.Jackson, obviously isn't an elite quarterback, and it's probably stretching calling him a good quarterback. So, Seattle had to pound the ball with Beast Mode, Marshawn Lynch.And, towards...

Seattle expects Russell Okung to play vs. Dallas

Seattle Seahawks coach Pete Carroll said Wednesday that starting left tackle Russell Okung should be able to play on Sunday against Dallas, but he is unlikely to practice most of this week. Okung did not participate in Wednesday's practice after suffering a bone bruise in his left knee late in the Seahawks' 20-16 loss to Arizona on Sunday. He'll be limited through the...
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