The Washington Huskies have turned into a fun team to watch under Steve Sarkisian. With two straight bowl appearances under their belt, the Huskies have looked great through many parts of the last two seasons. They knocked off Stanford on a Thursday night, and they had plenty of exciting plays throughout the year. With more talent coming down the pipeline, it looks like Washington is finally ready to be a major player in the PAC-12 once again. Though the competition is fierce Read the rest of this entry »
The Seattle Mariners have been good at certain points in their history. Right now, though, the goal is rebuilding a system that’s been broken for many years. Though Seattle has struggled over the last three or four seasons, they are starting to right the ship. The rebuilding project has been relatively slow, but Seattle has stockpiled some good young prospects who figure to help the team win in the near future. As with most baseball clubs, they have built through strong trades and good drafting, and the best Read the rest of this entry »
Wazzou sports are known for more than just that red flag that flies at every College Gameday broadcast around the country. The Cougars are competitive in a number of sports, and the PAC-12 needs to be on the lookout. With Mike Leach taking over the football program, there is sure to be more excitement in the not-too-distant future. The Cougars have already made some noise, and they make noise in other sports, too. A complete sports program, Washington State fields a number of teams that are particularly fun to watch every single Read the rest of this entry »
The Seattle Mariners are one of the most exciting teams in Major League Baseball. A young team with plenty of room to grow, the Mariners make a habit of beating up on people at home at Safeco Field. Perhaps more importantly, the Mariners feature arguably the best arm in baseball. Every single time Felix Hernandez takes the mound, it is a chance to see history, as he might just throw another perfect game or no-hitter. At the very least, it is a chance to see a pitcher Read the rest of this entry »
The rise of the Seattle Seahawks was foreshadowed in early 2010 when owner Paul Allen fired previous coach Jim Mora after a dismal 4-12 season in 2009. This came after longtime general manager Tim Ruskell resigned before the end of the 2009 season. Former USC coach Pete Carroll and former director of the Green Bay Packers’ football operations, John Schneider, were hired as head coach and general manager respectively. The subsequent seasons in 2010 and 2011 saw the Seahawks finishing 7-9 and missing the playoffs in 2011. The team was Read the rest of this entry »
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