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Once a SCumbag… — Pete Carroll gets busted by the NFL for cheating, AGAIN, as the Seahawks will lose a draft pick, a week of practice, and pay a $400,000 fine, and Carroll himself will have to cough up another $200,000 personally, after he tried to gain a competitive advantage while risking the health of his players, for the THIRD TIME

Not a good week for Pete Carroll.  On Sunday, the former RINGMASTER of the u$c Clown College led his Seattle Seahawks team to a huge UPSET LOSS, to the worst team in the NFL, the Los Angeles Rams, in the trojans’ home stadium.  During the game, Carroll made a fool of himself, throwing a tantrum over a penalty call, and running into his own player while protesting.  Then on Monday, Carroll got busted for cheating, and fined $200,000 out of his own pocket, as well as getting the team fined $400,000 and losing a draft pick and a week of practice.

This whole cheating thing is nothing new for Carroll.  While he was the Head Coach at u$c, his blatant cheating was well-documented.  The steroid abuse was rampant, players admitted to getting paid to play, and the NCAA sanctioned the trojans for lack of institutional control (and for showing no remorse after getting caught).  Carroll’s mantra at sc was “If you’re not cheating, you’re not trying.”  They bent and broke every rule, and thrived on the thug culture that they built, by refusing to discipline any of their criminal players.

When the NCAA was about to level the trojans with punishments, Carroll quickly bailed to Seattle.  But that was definitely NOT the end of his cheating legacy.  Since Carroll has been in Seattle, the Seahawks lead the League in violations, including steroids and banned substances, as well as other transgressions in defiance of NFL fairness regulations.

Seattle was busted in 2012, and again in 2014, and now in 2016, all for the same violation, so obviously, Carroll is aware of the rule, but continues to act like the rules don’t apply to him.  His above-the-law attitude is simply in his nature.  He would rather cheat and pay the price afterward.  The thought of COMPLYING with the rules never occurs to him.  This rule that he keeps breaking is the one that dictates WHEN the team can use CONTACT during their early practices.  By using contact more than all the other teams, Carroll gets a distinct competitive advantage.

But the rule is in place because THE PLAYERS UNION is trying to limit the potential for injury to its membership.  But that’s the thing — Carroll doesn’t give a flying f*ck about the welfare of his players, any more than he cares about following the rules.  So he breaks these safety rules over and over and over, with no remorse.  Maybe the NFL should get a clue, and realize that this violation is just the tip of the iceberg.  He is breaking every rule in the book, all the time.  He just isn’t getting caught on all the other ones.  A Leopard can’t change his spots.  This Scumbag is a Cheater for Life.  If the NFL had any integrity, they would ban him for life, due to his arrogant, repeat offenses… not to mention that Seattle should show him the door due to that total screw-up of a call that cost them a Super Bowl victory.

All the morons, trojan apologists, and “deniers” (almost as bad as Holocaust Deniers) who still think that sc wasn’t doing anything wrong to deserve their sanctions need to take a closer look at Carroll and realize that he didn’t suddenly decide when he got to the Pro’s that the rules don’t apply to him.  He’s always been this way, and sc has the vacated wins to prove it.

Speaking of denial, the one thing that no one denies is the elite status of the UCLA Spirit Squad, and here are 44 more exhibit A’s presented as evidence to prove it.


"IF YOU AREN’T CHEATING, YOU AREN’T PETE CARROLL" was published on September 20th, 2016 and is listed in News from the Dark Side, UCLA/usc/Cheerleader Photos.


  1. JC wrote,

    Sounds like Roger Goodell’s kind of coach. When the outcome is undesirable, bend/change the rules. They deserve each other.

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