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Washington’s polarized political landscape has long been seen in the results of statewide elections, with counties around Puget Sound reliably Democratic blue and those east of the Cascades solidly Republican red in votes for president, governor or the U.S. Senate.
Three days before the sports world shut down because of the coronavirus – March 9 to be exact – Justin Dunn made his third appearance of spring training against the Brewers at Maryvale Ballpark.
Russell Wilson proved he’s just fine, the running game felt imposing in a way it hasn’t for a while, and the defensive additions over the last weeks and months feel like they’re beginning to truly pay off.
PULLMAN – At times, Washington State showed the promise and potential of a football team capable of creating havoc in the talent-laden Pac-12 North, as the Cougars have so often these last five years.
Following the Seahawks’ 44-34 loss at Buffalo on Sunday, coach Pete Carroll said the way the game went left him thinking “I don’t even recognize us.’’
Who knew Washington football fans would be left longing for lightning?
For six weeks, Jimmy Lake has declined to announce a decision regarding his ongoing quarterback competition.
It took all of two days this offseason for Mariners general manager Jerry Dipoto to sign a free agent for 2021.
Even with all the differences in the delayed and shortened 2020 MLB season due to the spread of COVID-19, when the Mariners made their final out in their final game Sept. 27 in Oakland, the next day would be the same for Kyle Seager as it had been for the previous nine seasons – no postseason.
WASHINGTON — The second and final presidential debate, it turns out, was actually a debate — a brief interlude of normalcy in an otherwise highly abnormal year, and a reprieve for voters turned off by the candidates’ noxious first faceoff.
Of all the players in the Seattle Mariners' organization, there isn’t anyone more driven to refine his craft and evolve than former Gonzaga standout pitcher Marco Gonzales.
SEATTLE – After the latest of Russell Wilson’s grasping-victory-from-the-jaws-of-defeat high-wire acts, linebacker K.J. Wright – who has been there for every single one – was asked where he thought it ranked among the rest.
SEATTLE – Given the difficulties of trying to finish the shortened 2020 regular season and all the restrictions required, then factoring in the lack of a coronavirus vaccine and the inability to institute universal rapid testing, it’s illogical to assume the 2021 baseball season will return to normal.
Years ago, when he worked at a school in a major football conference, University of Connecticut Athletic Director Jeff Benedict listened to league and school officials discuss whether the conference should use its ballooning revenue to create a financial reserve. The conversation went nowhere, and the conference established no emergency fund.
SEATTLE – The only questions for Seahawks receiver DK Metcalf entering his second season in the NFL are the fun kind – “Are, say, 70 catches and 1,000 or more yards realistic?”
The college football season, a rite of autumn and revered American institution uninterrupted for 150 years, veered this week toward a grim fate as the novel coronavirus continued to spiral.
SEATTLE – At first, it seemed like it would be a quick and easy analysis. The plan, which most baseball writers will do in the next few days, was to project the group of 60 players that the Mariners expect to invite to participate in spring training 2.0, or perhaps if you prefer “summer camp” … hat tip to Steve Bonaci on Twitter for that moniker.
One of the key questions hanging over the Seahawks as they head into the summer ends with one that was also hanging over their heads as they headed into the winter and spring — what’s going to happen with defensive end Jadeveon Clowney?
There is never a sure thing in racing.
In six of Pete Carroll’s 10 seasons with Seattle, the Seahawks have ranked among the top six in the NFL in the percentage of times they ran the ball – and three times the Seahawks were tops in the league.