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February 3, 2014 at 6:25 AM

Carroll on repeating: ”That starts tomorrow”

A tradition for the Super Bowl winning coach and MVP is the next-day press conference.

So it was this morning for coach Pete Carroll and linebacker Malcolm Smith, as they met the media again for a few minutes at a downtown New York hotel.

Carroll talked about the team’s party, noting that owner Paul Allen’s band played, followed by Macklemore and Ryan Lewis. A grand time had by all, it sounds like.

Carroll also talked about the excitement for Wednesday’s parade. When asked about rumors that some schools might cancel classes on Wednesday, Carroll said “heck yeah they should.”

But Carroll also said the team will meet tomorrow to begin setting the tone for next season, which means specifically trying to repeat.

“That starts tomorrow,” Carroll said. “Our guys would be surprises, really, if we didn’t (talk about repeating).”

You can see more of what Carroll had to say in the video below:

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