Superbowl Fallout

People are going to be talking bout that play for a long time to come.

Dear Editor,

The Seattle Seahawks lost to the New England Patriots 28-24. The Seahawks were one yard away from another Super Bowl win. QB Russell Wilson throws an interception in the final minute of the game. People are going to be talking bout that play for a long time to come.

Pete Carroll, coach of the Seattle Seahawks, coached the NEw England Patriots from 1997-1999. He then went on to coach the College football USC Trojans out of Los Angeles. Th Trojans were a championship team year after year under Pete Carroll. Winning the National Championship or the Rose Bowl.

In 2009, the Trojans were expected to have another championship season, but hd a falling out. this left a scar on Pete Carroll when he became coach of the Seattle Seahawks in 2010. Since then, Pete Carroll has rallied the city ofSeattle behind the Seahawks.

There are two Canadians on the Seahawk’s team. Jon Ryan is from Saskatchewan and Luke Wilson is from Ontario. B.C. has more Seahawk fans than there are fans for the B.C. Lions. The prediction is, the Seattle Seahawks are going to win Super Bowl 50 come February 2016.

Harvey Andrew

Agassiz B.C.

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