Greatest coach ever?
Greatest coach ever?
No, but his team is finishing the season strong.
P.A.I.N.S. me to admit.
Pete stammers and I can't understand much of what he says. I hiope they meet up with the Packers again and get their arses wiped.
Glad he's I'n the NFL. Now, Bob needs Saban to leave.
Let's see. For all the 5-star recruits he had at USC, he had exactly one unbeaten season and one crystal football, same as Stoops.
But wait, he lost both the unbeaten season and the crystal football for cheating, so NO, he's not the greatest coach.
im one of the few on this board that like me some pete carroll, but greatest ever?
c'mon man smh
Who cares about crooked nose
I dislike the guy, but he has done well in Seattle. His other NFL experiences did not turn out so well, but he has the Seahawks playing well going into the playoffs...they are a legitimate contender.
Tug Medick, biggest KU troll ever??
thats just funny. Hell no
He's shady, but wins.
Better than Bob Stoops.
****ing hobby (b) get your dick wet
deadserious: You can't be serious!!!!!!
****ing dummy...HE CHEATED. Do you realize that? Figure out what you want, win at all cost then face the media when you have to return a Heisman...3rd generation sooner, ****ing 3rd generation ****ing tard more like it.
What would you say/do, if after Stoops leaves OU,and they hired PC as the HBC? Personally, I don't know the guy,never met him,do I think he's a cheat? Most definitely. do I think he'd cheat again if he returned to CFB? Without a doubt I know he would,you don't quit doing what you know has worked for you in the past,especially if it has gotten you the results it got him on the playing field.
You're so pissed! It's awesome!
No question, Carroll had a few good years at USC. But his coaching prowess there has been greatly exaggerated. In his 9-year tenure he had 5 seasons in which he had 2+ losses, including a 4-loss season in his final year. Talent-wise his teams were heads&tails above the rest of the conference, yet he consistently loss to lesser conference foes like Oregon State, Stanford, Washington and UCLA. And UO rose to dominate the Pac on his watch.