The Seahawks don’t have to change. They just have to get better at what they do. They’re still in the middle of becoming a sustainable championship-caliber team. They have a long-term lease, not a year-to-year, fingers-crossed type of hope.
NBC's Today Show aired an interview this morning with Seahawks coach Pete Carroll, which judging by the answers was conducted a few days ago, attempting to get at what happened at the end of the Super Bowl.
WSU coach Mike Leach can be enlightening on a lot of subjects, but recruiting not being one of them, he merely called it the best class of his four at WSU. It was instructive, though, when he was asked about what the Cougars needed most, and he said, “We needed an overall class.”