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They canceled the Apple Cup? Man, where was this pandemic when Mike Leach needed it?
On Thursday, the Seattle Seahawks announced that their new home would heretofore be known as Lumen Field, though the GPS will not change – good news for tailgaters, at least once tailgating can be a thing again.
PULLMAN – And now the victory is just getting the game in.
COVID-19 could still shut down the college basketball season before it even gets started. Just look at how the pandemic has college football on the ropes.
When the Comcast jalopy threw a rod in the middle of brunch with the Seattle Seahawks on Sunday, a funny thing happened.
We've learned a lot in eight months about what we can get along without. Here was Washington State's list on Saturday night.
If you need to put a date to it, then Jan. 4, 1976, might be as good as any.
Russell Wilson was back to juggling his spatula and whisk, DK Metcalf cemented his status as LeBron James’ favorite football player and Bobby Wagner’s defense put lie to one budding shrub of NFL hyperbole.
Pretty clear what’s going to be the biggest obstacle this season in the Seattle Seahawks’ quest for an NFC West title – and anything beyond.
Ladies and gentlemen, introducing your still undefeated Seattle Caveats.
Among the footnotes from the foofaraw of the Seattle Seahawks reaching the 4-0 base camp of their 2020 Everest on Sunday was a nugget about Shaquill Griffin from the NFL's "Next Generation" statheads:
So the public has spoken, and won.
One of those narrow moral contexts in which the ends truly do justify the means is the building of a football team.
He had broken his left arm in a mishap at church camp and was shackled with the standard wrist-to-elbow cast.
With its proclaimed priority being the health, safety and welfare of its athletes, the Pac-12 on Tuesday opted out of college football in 2020. . . and unleashed the possibility of playing two seasons in a single calendar year.
When he calls together his senior staff, Gonzaga athletic director Mike Roth sees one reality that’s impossible to escape.
An Idaho 20 for 20? As in the number of conferences the Vandals have called home since the turn of the century?
Always scheduled for the second Monday of June, the Wet Dog Fur Open – the S-R sports department’s unauthorized golf tournament that has produced enough embarrassing moments to make even John Daly blush – is circled on most of our calendars like Christmas. Until this year. Like most everything else this spring, our tournament was shelved by COVID-19. While not exactly a sad moment, it’s a nostalgic one nonetheless.
It is simply not the case that Jim Fitzgerald has either attended or worked for every college and sports franchise between here and Seattle.
Among the lesser and self-evident lessons from our ongoing limbo is just how much sports can be missed when they’ve been furloughed.