Now that Pete Carroll is coaching in the NFL, he has time to spend on non-football activities that he wouldn’t normally have at USC. Those kids don’t pay themselves.
The Seattle Seahawks head coach met with former President Bill Clinton to discuss midterm elections, as Clinton is in Seattle to campaign for Senator Patty Murray.
Wouldn’t surprise me if Clinton tried to swipe some fantasy advice from Carroll during the exchange. I’m sure the uncertainty of whether or not to start Marshawn Lynch is one of the first things on his mind.
USA soccer suffered a fatal blow in a loss to Ghana to end their 2010 World Cup dreams, but looking back on the tournament USA soccer will now be looked upon in a different light, one with respect and dignity. So if you’re one for looking on the brighter side of things, there’s that.
Former President Bill Clinton was present just as he was for the USA’s epic win over Algeria, and was accompanied by none other than rock star Mick Jagger of the Rolling Stones.
The camera showed Clinton and Jagger multiple times, but apparently Lakers star and NBA Finals MVP Kobe Bryant was?more conspicuous.
Other notable people?who were there that I know of are CBS broadcaster Katie Couric and Phoenix Suns guard Jason Richardson, although I’m sure there was an overload on non camera-shy celebrities.
On Wednesday Team USA advanced in the World Cup after a critical rally, capped by a Landon Donovan goal?during the first minute of stoppage time.
Former president Bill Clinton was in South Africa for the game and predictably met with the team after the game, although he interacted with them more aggressively than you might imagine.
There’s nothing like crackin’ open a Budweiser with a former President of the United States of America, but judging from that picture Mr. Clinton has already downed a few. The shirtless man is US defender Carlos Bocanegra.
President Obama called Team USA to congratulate them on their victory and wish them good luck in the upcoming match against Ghana. Thankfully, no beers were chugged on his end during the encounter.