It was just a normal Saturday in the tense new world of college and pro football.
Savor this, Seattle. Soak it in. It’s time to fully appreciate the grandeur that is the Seattle Storm.
Steve Largent's 1,287 receiving yards in 1985 is the Seahawks' season record. But if DK Metcalf keeps up this pace, that mark — and plenty of others — are in serious jeopardy
They are arguably the two biggest winners in the history of women’s basketball — and that qualifier might be too restrictive. Wherever Sue Bird and Breanna Stewart go, championships just seem to follow — college titles, Olympic titles, overseas titles and WNBA titles.
Jimmy Lake says he has clung to the long-ago words of his Husky predecessor, Chris Petersen, to help navigate his way through the madness of his first head-coaching job. When Lake was on Petersen's Boise State staff, his mentor told the assistants, "When you're a head coach, you're a problem-solver."
It's officially time to worry about the Seattle defense — and if you want to substitute "panic" for "worry," well, that would be premature. But mainly because the Seahawks offense keeps bailing them out.
No need for an asterisk.
Six months ago, all sports in this country shut down due to COVID-19 concerns. On Thursday, the Pac-12 announced it was returning this fall, completing a return to sports that help a return to normalcy.
As the Mariners near the end of a season that produced a brief period of playoff hopes before reality set in, one question looms largest. And it's a depressingly familiar one. Just how close are they to legitimate contention?
Defensive end Bruce Irvin and safety/nickel cornerback Marquise Blair are out for the year for the Seahawks after suffering ACL tears Sunday night.
As Seahawk L.J. Collier said, still flush with the glow of his hit on Patriots QB Cam Newton that saved the game at the 1-yard line, "Imagine if we had fans here today. Seattle would still be shaking."
Angles, storylines and talking points abounded. It was a topic buffet for anyone who wanted to dive into that Sunday night thriller when the Seahawks beat the Patriots, 35-30.
For many Americans — possibly millions — this may be the worst August they can remember. Unemployment is still stratospheric, social restrictions are still ubiquitous, and the tunnel that is this coronavirus pandemic remains dim.
A few days ago, the column on the Mariners’ home opener seemed inevitable regardless of the result: If there was ever a year in which fans couldn’t be present, this was it.
SEATTLE — There was little doubt that the best linebacker in the game would field questions about one of the top safeties in the game. And on Wednesday, Bobby Wagner was all too happy to praise the newly acquired Jamal Adams, a former Jets DB.
Pac-12 commissioner Larry Scott said Thursday that the conference is prepared to pivot quickly to alternate football scenarios in the event a 12-game regular season cannot start on time because of the coronavirus surge.
Blake Treinen was rolling south on Interstate 84 somewhere in central Idaho last week when I finally caught up with him
This spring would have been Lon Olson’s 25th and final season as head golf coach at DeSales High School.
I remember attending a couple of meetings back in late 1976 — or perhaps it was early 1977 — when the first Blue Mountain Sports Awards was in its planning stages.
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).