Pete Carroll says decision to throw 'cost us a championship'

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Monday February 2nd, 2015

Pete Carroll will likely have to answer a lot of questions about the decision to throw instead of run from the one-yard line at the end of the Super Bowl.

He admitted after the game that the play call robbed Seattle of a repeat championship:

Carroll decided to go away from Marshawn Lynch, and Russell Wilson threw an interception that effectively ended the game. Here's what Carroll told NBC about the play call after the game:


Carroll took full responsibility for the play call: 

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