Jim Mora, recruiting for UCLA in northern California today, declined comment on the Washington head-coaching job. “I’m sorry, I can’t. I really can’t,” Mora told The Sacramento Bee. Mora was at Cosumnes Oaks High School in Elk Grove, Calif., with six UCLA assistants on
As noted here and everywhere else, Seattle clinched a playoff spot with its win last night, becoming the first team in the NFL to secure a berth. This week, Seattle can clinch the West Division with a win or a tie, one of NFC three teams that can clinch or improve its playoff standing this
UCLA coach Jim Mora, as part of his Count On Me Foundation, is scheduled to be in the Seattle area this week for a charity event at the Mary Bridge Children’s Hospital & Health Center in Tacoma on Thursday. Could he be the Washington coach by then? UW athletic director Scott Woodward is a
Or don’t. Your choice. Here’s where you can find the live feed for the 2 p.m. press conference today.
Gary Pinkel, 61, who spent 13 years at Washington as an assistant under his mentor, Don James, declined to address the UW opening Monday when asked by a reporter from CBSsports.com. Pinkel will coach Missouri in the SEC title game on Saturday against Auburn. Ask about Pinkel, Missouri athletic direc
Seahawks coach Pete Carroll said during his regular day-after appearance on the team’s flagship radio station, ESPN 710 Seattle, that one of the most pleasing aspects of the win last night was that the team didn’t have to do anything special against a Saints team that came in 9-2, instea
Jim Mora, a former Huskies player with strong connections to UW, would be the perfect choice to replace Steve Sarkisian. The Huskies will have to convince him to leave UCLA, where he has had two strong seasons.
Here are the snap counts for last night’s win over the Saints. First, a couple of quick thoughts on what they reveal: — First time this year I can recall Jermaine Kearse getting the most snaps of any receivers, on the field for 55 of 71 offensive plays. Percy Harvin’s absence no do
To make a bad night worse for the New Orleans Saints, their plane got stuck in Seattle after the game Monday and they had to spend the night here. No word yet on exactly what happened. The good news for the Saints is they are about to leave town: The #Saints are about to takeoff
Good morning. Links: — A roundup of our coverage of Steve Sarkisian‘s departure for USC. — Bud Withers on Sark’s legacy at UW. — Larry Stone says the timing is right for Jim Mora to come back to UW. — Defensive coordinator Justin Wilcox has a $1 million buyout in
The Seahawks’ extraordinary performance in beating the New Orleans Saints on national TV drew a lot of raves in media around the country. Some quick samples: Terry Blount, ESPN.com: As for the AFC powers like Denver or New England or Kansas City, be afraid. Be very afraid. Even NFC West
They’re in their own world, again. In another marquee matchup, it seems the Seahawks are playing at a level that only they can reach. It’s like an exclusive party, fun for all invited, except for the whippin’ fodder known as their opponent.
Here’s some of what Seattle QB Russell Wilson had to say to the media following the win tonight over the Saints: On the win: To come out on Monday Night, against a great football team, the New Orleans Saints have a great defense. They have an unbelievable offense, and for us to com
Here’s some of what Seattle coach Pete Carroll had to say to the media after Seattle’s 34-7 win over the Saints Monday night: Opening comment: Well, we had a blast tonight. It was just a great night for the Seahawks and the fans and all. The Seahawks set an all time record fo
Here are a bunch of post-game notes on Seattle’s win over the Saints tonight: The Seahawks held the Saints to 188 total yards from scrimmage, their lowest total since the final game of the 2001 season on January 6, 2002, versus San Francisco – a span of 188 games. The Seahawks limited Ne
LaMarcus Aldridge had 28 points and 10 rebounds and the Portland Trail Blazers defeated Indiana 106-102, snapping the Pacers’ seven-game winning streak.
The Detroit Tigers traded starting pitcher Doug Fister, a former Mariner, to the Washington Nationals for three players.
Here is some video of Seahawks coach Pete Carroll talking to the media after the win over the Saints: