Does Pete retire after winning a Super Bowl?

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  • sprhawk wrote:
    sutz wrote:Not after one, especially if we make it this year. He has more to prove than one and done. He wants a run here like he had at Southern Cal.

    And like was said above, he's still having a lot of fun. He'll go another 5 years, at least, IMHO, maybe 10.


    Yeah I agree, it's a lot harder for a coach to get into trouble in the NFL well unless they bust him for handing out adderall LOL :roll:

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  • If it were possible to break down one's DNA into words, "compete" and "competition" would no doubt be found in the bonding of his protons and neutorns. With that said, it is hard to imagine him as the retiring type. It's easier to picture him still roaming the sidelines somewhere at 85, wearing the windshield-style, coke bottle glasses Paterno used to wear.

    Come to think of it, I'd love to see a photo-shopped version of Pete wearing those glasses, raising a cane over his head, while belting out a Rick Flair "WOOOOOO!". :0190l:
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  • Pete is too competitive to retire. Unless someone else hints at wanting to retire, he might want to "win" and retire first.
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  • themunn wrote:Win Forever doesn't really hold true if what you really mean is "win once"

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  • Possibly. But he will probably retire this year after Harbaugh beats him in the NFCCG. :th2thumbs:
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  • go away :49ersmall:
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