Pete Carroll tries not to dwell on a crushing Super Bowl loss, but it's not that easy

Seattle Seahawks coach Pete Carroll is "not going to cry" over losing the Super bowl to the New England Patriots in the final seconds, to what some say was the single worst play in Super Bowl history.

He's not going to cry and he's not going apologize. He is just going to move on.

"It's much easier for me [to move forward] than most people," he said in an interview with Sports Illustrated.

That's not to say that it didn't hurt, that it still doesn't hurt.

"You'll never know," Carroll told SI when asked how much the loss hurt him. "I can't make you understand. You pour everything and — it goes right, it goes wrong — it's in you. It becomes part of you. I'm not going to ignore it. I'm going to face it. And when it bubbles up, I'm going to think about it and get on with it. And use it. Use it!"

Carroll may have to use even more, Seattle has had some issues in their offseason that includes a contract standoff with Russell Wilson, a dispute with defensive end Michael Bennett and a potential holdout from star Kam Chancellor.