All the Seahawks did last year was win the Super Bowl. Now they’re determined to do it again. History proves, though, that the front office, coaches and players each face problems that make a repeat difficult.
Here's all that Seahawks coach Pete Carroll had to say today when he met the media for the final time in advance of Thursday's game against the Packers. He talked about the challenge of repeating, the return of Bryan Walters, the health of the team, and more:
The rookie left-hander delivered a second straight solid start, pitching into the eighth inning and leading the Mariners to a much-needed 6-5 win over the Oakland A’s on Tuesday night at O.Co Coliseum.
Washington redshirt freshman running back Lavon Coleman led the Huskies with 17 carries for 78 yards in his UW debut against Hawaii — including six consecutive carries, for 37 yards, to ice the game on the final drive.
Well, as Pete Carroll would say, it's finally the Day Before. The Seahawks will have a walk-through this morning, Carroll will meet the media one last time, and then the show will finally be on Thursday night against the Green Bay Packers.
As a junior strong safety, Jimmy Lake helped Eastern Washington to the Big Sky Conference championship in 1997. The Eagles would finish 12-2 that year, advancing to the NCAA Division I-AA national semifinals.