From the time he first walked into the Seahawks’ palatial headquarters on Lake Washington, Pete Carroll pledged competition.
The Seahawks used a stingy defense to become the first sub-.500 division champ in league history with a 16-6 win over St. Louis on Sunday night.
Both teams are looking to bounce back after losing their first games and remain in the thick of the Pac-10. The Cardinal fell 52-31 at Oregon, while the Trojans lost 32-31 to Washington. USC is also looking to avenge last year’s loss to Stanford, when Cardinal coach Jim Harbaugh went for a 2-point conversion with a 27-point lead in the fourth quarter.
SEATTLE (AP)—Leon Washington made sure to thank everyone else before taking a moment to think a little selfishly. How close was Seattle’s dynamic running back from returning three kickoffs back for touchdowns on Sunday? “A […]
SEATTLE (AP) – Matt Hasselbeck threw for two touchdowns and ran for another as the Seattle Seahawks gave new coach Pete Carroll a winning start with a 31-8 victory over the San Francisco 49ers on […]