Brian Spurlock-USA TODAY Sports
If you're a USC fan, you gotta love this. Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll is now saying he wouldn't have left the Trojans for Seattle in early 2010 if he knew the school was going to get hit with sanctions over Reggie Bush. Per the LA Times...

“The truth was, an opportunity came up and it was one I couldn’t turn away from,” he said. “… The NCAA came back at the university… ‘Now we’re going to revisit after five years.’ I had no knowledge that was coming. We thought maybe it wasn’t coming because they didn’t have anything to get us with. It wasn’t five days, it wasn’t five weeks. It was five years.

“Had we known that that was imminent … I would never have been able to leave under those circumstances. When I look back now, I would have stayed there to do what we needed to do to resolve the problem.”
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Whatever you say Party Pete...
Reply92 months
riiiiight. and Bert only wants to get rid of HUNH b/c he is worried about safety.
Reply92 months
He's full of shite...
Reply92 months
he left just in time so he couldnt be forced to testify. Right petey
Reply92 months
Bull fricking shite. Liar.
Reply92 months
Great coach but what a snake.
Reply92 months
Haters gonna hate. PC is always welcome at SC.
Fight On!
Reply92 months
Reply92 months
He and Saban are in a class of liars all their own.
Reply92 months
What a bunch of bull shite. He really thinks people are that stupid. Just a garbage can.
Reply92 months
Piece of shit
Reply92 months
Pete Carroll is a despicable human being..... But a hell of a football coach!
Reply92 months
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