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Fred Jackson- The Back Seattle Needs

Marshawn Lynch is undoubtedly the heart and soul of the Seahawks offense. In the past 4 years, he’s been in the top 7 players in the league for touches per season, and he heads a running back group which, unusually for a modern NFL team, carries the load on offense; the Seahawks ran on over 50% of their offensive snaps last year, … 450 more words

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Kessler is stalwart leader, standout passer for No. 8 USC

Cody Kessler has started graduate school at Southern California while he finishes his football career.

After nearly five years of drama with the Trojans, the veteran quarterback must already qualify for an advanced degree of some sort. 601 more words

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Kessler is stalwart leader, standout passer for No. 8 USC

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Cody Kessler has started graduate school at Southern California while he finishes his football career.

After nearly five years of drama with the Trojans, the veteran quarterback must already qualify for an advanced degree of some sort. 586 more words

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Jackson a possible fill-in for injured Turbin

The reason for Fred Jackson’s visit became clear when Pete Carroll talked to media Tuesday: Robert Turbin suffered a “significant” high ankle sprain in San Diego. 274 more words

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Can Steve Sarkisian Match USC's Potential?

More than any other sport, the position of head coach holds a particularly prestigious position in college football. Even the best players move on after a short few years, but a successful head coach often becomes the identity of a program. 801 more words

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Expect offensive issues to continue for a while

It’s no surprise the Seattle offense looks like two
turtles in a three-legged race — slower than usual,
confused, clumsy and very green. And we expect it to… 721 more words

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Identifying zone-read plays makes it tough to protect QBs

If Chip Kelly, Pete Carroll and other NFL coaches want to run zone-read plays, their quarterbacks are fair game — even when they don’t have the ball. 795 more words

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