Belichick: No Red Hoodie For Super Bowl, Not Worried About History
BOSTON (CBS) – In a rare one-on-one interview, Patriots head coach Bill Belichick said he’s not thinking about his place in history this Super Bowl week, just winning the game on Sunday.
Belichick is hoping to win his fourth Super Bowl championship in 11 years as a head coach.
Only former Pittsburg Steelers coach Chuck Noll has done that.
“I think we can talk about history some other time,” Belichick told CBS News’ Armen Keteyian in an interview broadcast on CBS This Morning Thursday.
Keteyian spoke with Belichick early Sunday morning at Gillette Stadium, hours before the Patriots send-off rally.
He also asked Belichick about what he’ll wear for Super Bowl 46.
“Yeah, that’s not really a big decision for me. But … we won’t wear the red-red sweatshirt by popular demand,” he said.
Belichick surprised many people in Super Bowl 42 by wearing the red hoodie. The Patriots lost, ending their perfect season and it hasn’t been seen since.
Asked how the sweatshirt got it’s start, Belichick told Keteyian: “I mean, I’d maybe just cut off the sleeves ’cause my arms are kinda short and they just dangle over the … you know into my hands.
“In the cold weather, I kinda like the pocket in front of me. I can keep my pencil and make some notes there.”