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Pete Carroll Shows Off Acting Chops In Hilarious Online Video

New Seahawks coach Pete Carroll has his trip to Seattle delayed in this video from FunnyOrDie.com, a website of YouTube-esque videos produced by Will Ferrell.

The insane USC fan that holds Carroll up is played by actor Rob Riggle, of The Hangover, Saturday Night Live, and The Daily Show fame.

Check it out. You’ll laugh.

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Pete Carroll Might Be On Crack, But Whatever

After watching Pete Carroll’s news conference on ESPN, I needed a nap. Listening to the man speak was akin to running full speed on a treadmill with an intimidating, steroid-infused personal trainer yelling at you to pick up the pace.

Forty minutes of Carroll talking and the only thing I really walked away with was a headache and a desire to sleep. I know the guy was, in his own words, “fired up.” I know that he really seemed happy to be in Seattle. I know that the not-so-subliminal advertising for O Boy Oberto! will forever have me thinking “beef jerky” at the sight of the Seahawks’ new head coach.

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Pete Carroll Is Seattle’s Jack Parkman

You know I used to hate Parkman when he was with the A’s. It’s amazing how a new uniform can change your attitude about a guy….He’s still a dick.” –Harry Doyle, Major League II

Upon hearing the news that the Seahawks have selected USC’s Pete Carroll to be their next head coach, I couldn’t help but reminisce about a particular scene from the movie Major League II.

In the first few minutes of the film, a couple of hardcore Cleveland Indians fans are hanging out when a buddy of theirs comes running on screen and delivers a dose of good news:

Fan #1: Guys! Guys! We signed Jack Parkman!

Fan #2: Parkman? We signed Parkman! Alright!

Fan #3: Hey, you can add 42 homers to our lineup! At least!

Fan #2: Guys, this is the year we go all the way!

(Chanting in unison): All the way! All the way!

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