Huskies run record to 22-0.
Robert Griffin III will make his return Sunday “if he shows he can handle the workload” in practices over the next two days, according to Washington coach Jay Gruden.
Quinten Pounds, a three-star defensive back from Cypress, Calif., announced his commitment to the Huskies on Wednesday night.
Joe Maddon, who exercised an opt-out clause in his contract last week to leave the Tampa Bay Rays, has reached a lucrative agreement to manage the Chicago Cubs.
So the worst thing about today? It means there is no baseball till April 6, 2015. The 2014 season comes to end with the wild card teams battling for seven games in the World Series. The Giants, led by Madison Bumgarner (Beast), Pablo Sandoval (Panda) and Hunter Pence (giraffe on meth) outlasted the
Linebacker Keishawn Bierria, a redshirt freshman, filled in ably when Shaq Thompson had to switch to running back last week because of injuries. Could the switch be permanent?
Royals get to Jake Peavy early, take 7-0 lead after two innings to tie Series before raucous home crowd.
Seahawks offensive coordinator Darrell Bevell met the media today and talked a little about the uptempo offense that worked well in Carolina, Marshawn Lynch's carries, and more:
Here's the official transcript of what Seattle coach Pete Carroll had to say to the media today:
Seattle's injury report for Wednesday featured no surprises.
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Seahawks linebacker coach Ken Norton confirmed after Wednesday's practice that Brock Coyle is in line to get his first career start Sunday against the Oakland Raiders at middle linebacker.
Will Tukuafu has played both defensive end and fullback in his NFL career.
Here is today's Extra Points video recapping some of the major news of the day at the VMAC:
The Seahawks will apparently shuffle their linebackers around this weekend with Brock Coyle apparently getting the start at middle linebacker with K.J. Wright moving back to weakside.
Hau’oli Kikaha talks about Washington’s knack for turning turnovers into touchdowns. The Husky defense has scored six times this season, which is a school record dating back to 1951.
Washington junior lineman Siosifa Tufunga made his first career start against Arizona State on Saturday night, replacing the injured Dexter Charles at left guard. Tufunga talked about that and more after Wednesday's practice:
Conflicted over the Seahawks' recent performances? You're not the only one.
After eight games, Washington averages 176.6 passing yards per game, which ranks last in the Pac-12.
Washington starting quarterback Cyler Miles, out last week with a concussion, will "definitely be ready to go" in his return to Colorado on Saturday, offensive coordinator Jonathan Smith said Wednesday.