As always, you can hear the message you want to hear. Even if it’s at the expense of the one you should be absorbing, at full volume, now more than ever.
CHARLOTTE, N.C. — There is finally a break in this weird, new world of NASCAR after nine races over 16 days in three different states.
SEATTLE — No one on the Zoom call was going to use the word. L.J. Collier is too nice of a guy, too new to the NFL, and it would have just felt unnecessary.
I once heard someone say that a man who has declared bankruptcy can be inherently trusted with money. It seems counterintuitive, but the argument goes that, at that point, he no longer has a safety net and will hence be reliable.
Bruce Irvin is used to shouldering lofty expectations.
The two-word headline in the Yakima Herald-Republic, in red ink magnified to World War III-sized font, would tell the story succinctly the next morning.
Walter Jones picked the wrong time to have his kitchen and bathroom renovated. Or at least it seemed that way.
Try searching for pundits who picked the Seahawks to win 11 games last year.
SEATTLE — Our expectations for the return of live sports have been in a state of gradual downward adjustment. They’ve gone from grandiose hopes of a full return after a short break, to the current cabin-fever mode of, “We’ll take anything!”
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).
Jeff Reinland seemed to have it made as a high school basketball coach.
The coronavirus that prematurely ended Walla Walla Community College’s women’s basketball season earlier this month isn’t expected to negatively impact, at least in a big way, four-year colleges who are interested in recruiting Warrior sophomores.
The morning of Sunday, Jan. 26 dawned in typical fashion for the University of Washington’s baseball team.
If a greater opportunity has awaited a first-year Pac-12 head coach, we are unaware.
Seahawks linebacker K.J. Wright thinks the most spectacular play in franchise history never should have happened.
It was Sophocles, the Greek tragedian, who said, “I would prefer even to fail with honor than win by cheating.”
Stefan Frei confessed that Sunday’s match was particularly difficult to prepare for.
Sometimes, to let him know it’s not a full interrogation, you lob a softball at a player before a line of critical questions.
ATLANTA — This one, finally, was going to be a romp, a much-needed break from the nervous breakdowns of Seattle second halves past.
PEORIA, Ariz. — Julio Rodriguez has The Look.
GREENVILLE, S.C. — In a different time, it was an attractive little two-bedroom home, constructed in the early 1940s out of red brick and owned by one of the greatest players ever to grace the diamond, a towering yet tragic figure who lived the last half of his life and went to his grave as …