• jetman624

    My affinity for uncle Pete is outweighed by the douchebaggery of Richard Sherman.

    Go Broncos.

    • Joseph B. Lowe

      Sherman wouldn’t have made any difference. You’re either with Pete or you’re not. Not big deal. Even if the ‘hawks lose, Pete has been a total success.

      • jetman624

        No, you are off the mark. I can want to see Richard Sherman lose more than I want to see Pete win. It doesn’t mean anything more than that.

        • Joseph B. Lowe

          Bully for you. I’d rather see 6 former SC coaches win the Super Bowl than have them lose because on Stanford jerk made a huge mistake. BTW, Crabtree was talking trash all week long.

          • jetman624

            Mistake? As in singular instance? Dude is a classless, 0 sportsmanship assclown on the regular.

            You do recall that Pete kinda left the school hanging with some pretty draconian sanctions, right? So your unwavering support is kind of… weird.

          • Joseph B. Lowe

            Bring some proof on Pete and I’ll discuss. There is NO proof of anything concerning Pete. If you have it, let’s see it. I’ve read he NCAA report, NADA.

          • steveg

            Totally agree. Show us the facts or stfu.

          • TrojanFan3.0

            I totally agree also!….speak up or STFU!

          • jetman624

            You guys make the UCLA trolls look smart sometimes… honestly…

          • Saul Goodman

            Sometimes? The trolls come here to instigate, pester, and annoy. Trolls can’t troll if they’re ignored. Yet, for years I’ve seen one SC poster after another try to make that “golden bullet” remark to no avail. It’s gotten so bad that the new mantra is to blame Wolf and the Daily News for their poor moderation. The trolls are winning by such large margins that any SC poster with his head out of the sand is quickly attacked as a troll if he dare make a reasonable argument (like you did) that isn’t rah rah SC. Yup, trolls are winning if you ask me.

          • Joseph B. Lowe

            Like Det. Gannon was always told: “Just the facts, man”.

          • gotroy22

            I always loved the Gannon episodes when he would actually run…it had to be a stuntman double of course!

          • gotroy22

            Post of the Year!

          • TrojanFan3.0

            All these trolls deserve a few crotch kicks!

          • jetman624

            Are you READING anything I am typing? Whether or not Pete knew anything is a separate discussion and I wasn’t implying that he did– though you have clearly chosen the head in the ground position. But nevertheless, he was in charge during the events in question, and made a quick exit as the hammer was coming down. He lost some respect in my book for that.

          • gotroy22

            You are talking to rah rahs. They will tell you Pete is the smartest coach ever and in the same breath say Pete didn’t notice the agents and other vermin at every practice, on the sidelines of every game and in the locker room, Joe McKnight’s tricked out SUV flashing it’s lights at the end of practice, Reggie’s diamond ear rings and his parents attending every away game even though they stayed in the same hotel as the team. Pete certainly timed his exit just ahead of the posse but these kool-aid drinkers will claim it was just a coincidence.

          • Joseph B. Lowe

            BTW, I’m not sticking up for Sherman. He looked like a fool. Pete wanted a good to great NFL job. Seattle was not open 2-3 years in advance to Pete. So, just because the NCAA is on a witch hunt, Pete’s supposed to pass on a great opportunity to stick around and have Patty Boy and Maxie p u s s y foot around with the NCAA? Come on, even YOU’D leave for $7M a year.

          • FightON

            Pete was leaving sooner rather than later. Maybe the sanctions played a role, but he was becoming monotonous. I love the guy, love what he did, but he was going to have to overhaul or face one, two, three, maybe even four loss seasons before pulling out. The atmosphere felt different towards the end.

      • Cheap seats

        Agreed. I was watching both teams yesterday and I thought the QB play of both teams weren’t up to an NFL playoff team’s standard.

        Both the 49ers and Seahawks are just coached VERY well. Frankly, I don’t think Kaepernick is even an NFL quarterback similar to Tebow and the staff does enough to scheme around him.

        • SaferInWestwood

          Comparing Kap to Tebow, TrojanAF!! Who started more games Tebow or Matt “1st string bench” Leinart??

          Warning: Crotch kicks may cause brain failure

          • Cheap seats

            Bucket with another screen name. Nice. I liked your questions in the chat yesterday. Even funnier were Wolf’s replies and him ignoring you!

            Crotch kicks aside, do you think Terrell Pryor would do well with the 49ers coaching and supporting cast?

            I do.

        • jetman624

          Really? Kap to Tebow? You will recall that Kap has been to and won an NFC title game, and been to a Super Bowl, right? How and gods name could you compare those two?

          • gotroy22

            Kap’s ability to choke at the end of crucial gamesinside the red zone?

          • Cheap seats

            Ok… that was a reach.

            Are you a 49ers fan? If so, then you can’t answer this question objectively.

            If not, do you really think Kap has an NFL arm? Or do his legs and supporting cast do enough to compensate?

          • FightON

            Kap beat out Smith because of his running ability, but I still question his decision making especially after throwing the same bad plays. I don’t think he is a game changer.

            When there’s two minutes left, team is down by six, and Brady/Rodgers/Manning walk on the field, you would be wise to bet on them closing the game. I don’t think Kap is that guy.

            Carroll and Harbaugh are great systems coaches. The individual player’s problems can be schemed around and it’s more about team play as a whole.

          • Cheap seats

            Almost the opposite of how we over relied on Barkley’s arm in 2012, right?

            You hit the nail on the head about Kap. He might win a Super Bowl in his career, but he won’t do it in Elway or Steve Young fashion (a QB who can run — not vice versa).

          • FightON

            Yup. Didn’t the players complain that Kiffin favored the stars of the team like Lee and Barkley and that the offense was too schemed towards them? Worked out well.

          • Cheap seats

            Yeah — especially the other WRs and TEs (Woods, Angholar, Grimble, Telfer).

            People forget that 2012 could’ve turned out far WORSE if we didn’t get an absolute gift in Silas Redd. Even before the Penn St debacle, Kiffin seemed confident enough that the backfield of McNeal and Morgan would be enough.

            After Madden went down in camp, he should’ve been sending out offers to even 3 star guys at RB who can stay healthy!

          • jetman624

            How is that a REACH? Those are FACTS.

            I am not saying Kap is particularly great or that he doesn’t have flaws, but he isn’t freaking Tebow. That is beyond ludicrous.

  • David Stewart

    Look at the results thus far….Wolf the miscreant was so hoping for the opposite…I

    • gotroy22

      The more success Pete has in the NFL the less likely he ever comes back here ala John Robinson.

      • Joseph B. Lowe

        He ain’t comin’ back for anything. Biggest difference is that J Rob didn’t have the money Pete has. At $7M a year in Seattle, who needs to put up with the c r a p at SC……and Wolf?

        • gotroy22

          Come on, Pete really seemed to love the college life at SC and had no problem dominating. He would restore us to prominence inside of 2 seasons if he returns in 2018 after Sarkiffian is fired.

          • Joseph B. Lowe

            Sorry to burst your know it all bubble, but Pete always wanted to prove he could make it in the NFL and waited for the right opportunity. Seattle was it. And I’m sure you’ll have some bs response, but I know him personally.

  • realtrojan

    I don’t care if Coach Carroll is no longer with Trojans. He will ALWAYS be a great Trojan, and I will ALWAYS be rooting for him wherever he may be, just like my own family. FIGHT ON, COACH!!!

  • Helen

    The only thing this poll shows is that 11 percent of the participants of this blog are UCLA trolls – yet they make up 50 percent of the entries.

    • FightON

      Did you read the live chat? It was dominated by Bucket (Violet) and Torgan (Trogan/Stu). Lamest person ever.

  • B.Miller

    PC = Genius!