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Folks, we may be only a third of the way through the season, but the NFL MVP award is now Wilson's to lose. There is nobody in the league who has been as precise or consistent, nobody who has been this tough to slow down.

Remember the viral photo on social media of "The Dress," where some people saw black and blue while others insisted it was white and gold? Fans probably have similarly contrasting views of the Seahawks right now.

In the Pete Carroll/Russell Wilson era, the Seahawks have produced some of the most talented teams to come through the NFL. But they've never produced one as entertaining as the one we're seeing now.

This is a college football season like no other, as you may have heard a time or three. But in one way, it's exactly like the others when it comes to the Pac-12's reputation.

After a 104-91 win over the Las Vegas Aces in Bradenton, Florida, on Sunday that was harder than the score might indicate, the Seattle Storm are on the verge of completing the task again with a 2-0 Finals lead in the best-of-five series.

The box score will fool you if you did not watch the game. It will tell a similar story to the Seahawks' previous three wins — that a spectacular offense overcame a disappointing defense and carried them to a 4-0 start.

Our guide Sancho carefully drew a map in the air with his index finger, uttering words that cause fly anglers to scratch their chins with a measure of dignity, before scratching themselves.

Ron Meek and I stood on the banks of Boulder River near Big Timber and watched a jet boat the size of a Florida shrimper power up the roiling water that dumped from the Absaroka Range into the Yellowstone.

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Watching televised replays of sporting events has proved to be one way to fill the void of live-action games that have been plunged into a deep freeze for a good two months because of the coronavirus.

Digging through my Blue Mountain Sports Awards files and gleaning details that were needed for recent columns that appeared in this space turned out to be for me a pleasant trip down memory lane.

The panel of judges responsible for determining the winners of the Blue Mountain Sports Awards these past 43 years should be commended for their dedication and fairness.

Walla Walla Community College’s women’s soccer program — now some two-and-a-half decades old — has proven to be quite formidable in the Northwest Athletic Conference (NWAC), formally the Northwest Athletic Association of Community Colleges (NWAACC).