Tomahawks preparing for playoff game Friday, a week after the deadly shooting at the school.
LeBron James shot miserably. His passes were errant. He didn’t look good doing much other than tossing powder in the air.
For all the sophisticated analysis about the Seahawks’ struggles, a portion of their problems is rather simple. They haven’t been loose. The Percy Harvin debacle weighed heavily on them. The scrutiny has bothered them. They weren’t used to the limelight being so harsh.
Drew Brees and the Saints proved they know how to win big games on the road.
Seahawks rookie linebacker Kevin Pierre-Louis played 33 percent of Seattle’s defensive plays against the Panthers, and showed the speed that had coaches and scouts raving about him during the combine and draft.
Here is some of what Seattle defensive coordinator Dan Quinn had to say when he met the media today:
With Max Unger and Stephen Schilling out with injuries, the Seahawks practiced with one healthy center, Patrick Lewis. There were other injury updates, including Malcolm Smith, who appears unlikely to play on Sunday.
The Huskies have forced 16 turnovers (10 fumbles and six interceptions) this season and returned six for touchdowns, breaking a school record dating back to 1951. “I’m waiting for mine still,” Hau’oli Kikaha said jokingly.
The celebration in San Francisco's streets following the Giants' World Series victory started off peaceful but quickly turned raucous and violent, as revelers vandalized police cars and businesses and pelted officers with bottles.
The Huskies (5-3, 1-3 Pac-12) look to end a two-game losing skid at Colorado (2-6, 0-5) on Saturday (10 a.m. PT, Pac-12 Networks). Join me for a live chat at 1 p.m. today to preview the game.
Baseball’s business season began Thursday when 121 players become free agents, a group that includes Pablo Sandoval, Michael Morse, Jake Peavy, Sergio Romo and Ryan Vogelsong of the World Series champion San Francisco Giants.
Hardly a surprise, but his contract option was automatically exercised at $7 million.
Miles will return as UW’s starting quarterback for Saturday’s 10 a.m. game at Colorado as the Huskies look to end a two-game slide.
In case you missed the news via Twitter earlier, the Seahawks today got their practice squad back up to the maximum 10 players by signing receiver Chris Matthews and tight end Brett Brackett.
WSU’s season has descended to 2-6, which means to return to the postseason, the Cougars would have to win four games in which they’ll be underdogs. That’s not realistic, but what is important is that they salvage every possible crumb out there so they don’t lose momentum from
Seattle's injury report Thursday grew a bit with four new names added to the list --- center Stephen Schilling (knee), cornerback Tharold Simon (knee), cornerback Richard Sherman (back) and defensive lineman Michael Bennett (toe).
As Seattle quarterback Russell Wilson followed the World Series, he paid a little extra attention to a player who for at least a few weeks he once called a teammate --- eventual World Series MVP Madison Bumgarner.
Former Seahawk Walter Jones is in the NFL Hall of Fame and has had his number retired by the Seahawks.
Brock Coyle, who’s gone from undrafted free agent to the roster of the defending Super Bowl champions, is slated to get the start at middle linebacker on Sunday against the Raiders.
Here is some video of some of what Seattle quarterback Russell Wilson and safety Kam Chancellor had to say to the media at the VMAC Thursday: