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SEATTLE – More than once this season, the prevailing sentiment after a heart-stopping Seahawks game has been: How in the world did they win that one?
When the Tampa Bay Rays clinched the American League pennant on Saturday, there was a wave of social-media posts from Mariner fans expressing how happy they were for Rays catcher Mike Zunino.
Welcome to the Pac-12 football coaches webinar, where Arizona’s Kevin Sumlin spoke from his bedroom because of a positive COVID-19 test, Cal’s Justin Wilcox and David Shaw related how they still don’t have final approval from their respective counties for a full team practice Friday, and Utah’s Kyle Whittingham began with the sentiment he said was “foremost on my mind”: A tribute to the late Eddie Van Halen.
For the second week in a row, the game Sunday ended at CenturyLink Field with the Seahawks defense whooping and hollering as a huge play staved off a diabolical defeat.
SEATTLE – The Seattle Seahawks’ new season is dawning with an air of mystery surrounding it – more so than even the typical opener.
When Jim Walden was doing his stint as Bob Robertson’s color man, he made it a point to sit down next to Bob-Rob whenever he was about to set the scene for the upcoming Cougar football game. Never mind that Walden’s on-air input wouldn’t be needed for maybe half an hour. He wanted to hear an artist at work.
SEATTLE – Few people can relate to the emotional trauma of shutdown high school sports more keenly than Tami Reese.
SEATTLE – As the Storm goes through this historic WNBA season in the Florida bubble, one man watches from Beavercreek, Ohio, with keen interest, occasional input – and undisguised pride in the team’s performance.
SEATTLE – Mark this day.
SEATTLE – Seattle Mariners manager Scott Servais on Thursday was asked to speak to the encouraging signs he finds amid a season in which progress is certainly not reflected in the win-loss record. In what was touted as a transitional growth year for Seattle, it’s a valid question – really, the only question.
SEATTLE – Dee Gordon admits that the whole process has left him and other players involved “absolutely petrified.”
So now we won’t find out how Jimmy Lake does as the man in charge of molding the Washington football team until – well, who the heck knows? The ultimate referendum, which occurs 12 times a year, or more, in the fall and winter, is on indefinite hold.
In time-honored baseball parlance, the status of the MLB season is day to day.
SEATTLE – The late Los Angeles Rams and Washington NFL coach George Allen is credited with coining the phrase, “The future is now.”
The feverishly anticipated unveiling of the team name for the Seattle NHL franchise began inauspiciously Thursday morning, with about three minutes of silence on the feed as CEO Tod Leiweke pontificated about ... well, that's lost to posterity.
Fawn Sharp, president of the National Congress of American Indians and also president of the Quinault Indian Nation on the Olympic peninsula, awoke at 3:08 on a recent morning. These words came into her head: “Today is the day.”
On a recent Zoom call, Storm coach Gary Kloppenburg was queried about the abundance of talent on the 2020 squad, augmented by the return of superstars Breanna Stewart and Sue Bird.
SEATTLE – Few things in sports are more exhilarating than the first glimpses of a transcendent talent. It can do strange voodoo on your brain – like make you ignore all the things you know to be true and prudent.
When Chris Petersen stepped down as Husky football coach in December, he expressed the desire to recharge, regain some balance in his life and reacquire the passion he felt had waned.
Even the good news comes with a slap in the face for baseball these days.