The Huskies move on to face unseeded Louisiana State, a 3-2 winner over Michigan in an early match, Saturday at 7 p.m. for a berth in the round of 16 next weekend at USC.
No. 2 UW faces seventh-seeded New Mexico on Saturday with a berth in the NCAA semifinals. UW coach Jamie Clark and assistant Jeff Rowland were with the Lobos in 2005.
Here are the weekly links and notes previewing the upcoming game from Pro Football Focus: On the site this week: - Check out this week’s Three to Focus On preview of the Seahawks vs. 49ers. - K.J. Wright makes an appearance on the PFF Team of Week 13. - No Seahawks on the Had a
Wrapping up our coverage of Washington’s hiring of Chris Petersen today: — The Huskies’ first call to Boise this week was to an old friend. — Bud Withers: Petersen’s hire adds intrigue to Pac-12. — Jerry Brewer: What a week for Seattle sports. — Percy Allen&
Reported $240 million offer to Robinson Cano follows five years of keeping payroll relatively low. That strategy, along with buying a regional sports TV network, gave the Mariners money to land a high-priced free agent.
LSU dropped the first two sets to Michigan in a first-round match of the NCAA volleyball tournament Friday night at Alaska Airlines Arena. But the Tigers, who had gone to five sets 13 times this season, rallied for a five-set victory.
Washington hired Boise State’s Chris Petersen as its football coach Friday, adding intrigue to the Oregon-UW rivalry and further fueling escalating salaries in the Pac-12.
Petersen arrives with a proven track record of winning big games and developing NFL talent.
All-Star outfielder Carlos Beltran, previously with St. Louis, and the New York Yankees reportedly agree on a $45 million, three-year contract.
We’ve heard this one before. The Mariners are going after a big free agent. But they never seem to land them, and signing Robinson Cano would be a surprise.
The Houston Texans, who have lost 11 games in a row, fired coach Gary Kubiak.
Here’s what Seahawks coach Pete Carroll had to say to the media today following the team’s practice: On Percy Harvin’s injury status: “He’ll be out. He will not play this week.” On Brandon Browner’s injury status: “He will not play this week.” On
Mike Garafolo of FoxSports.com has additional details in an updated story this afternoon of Brandon Browner’s appeal of his proposed suspension. Specifically, Browner is contending that a damaged cup should invalidate the urine sample that led to the failed test in September. The story states:
Been working to confirm a CBSports.com report that Chris Petersen and UW agreed to a five-year, $18 million deal. The $3.6 annual salary would appear to make Petersen the top-paid coach at any of Pac-12′s 10 public schools. USC, which hired former UW coach Steve Sarkisian on Monday, was report
Had a chance to catchup with Hall of Famer Warren Moon and talk about Washington’s newest coach Chris Petersen. (On Petersen) “People look at Boise State and say they were finesse and they ran the gadget plays and all of those different things, but I tell you what, his teams will hit you
In the third entry of a special series as the Seahawks’ season unfolds, Jerry Brewer says the team isn't surprised that a sweep of their past four games leaves them 11-1, atop the NFC. “We already know what we can do,” says cornerback Richard Sherman.
As noted earlier, Seahawks coach Pete Carroll said after practice today that the team has yet to hear anything official on Brandon Browner’s appeal of his proposed suspension. He also is still unable to play physically while dealing with an injured groin that has had him sidelined since Nov. 1
At latest count, four University of Washington football coaches have bolted Montlake this week for Southern Cal, breaching their UW employment contracts in the process. The chain-reaction of coaching moves has triggered damage clauses in their contracts, racking up more than $1.5 million in buyout p
Seahawks coach Pete Carroll said after practice today that receiver Percy Harvin and cornerback Brandon Browner will not play Sunday against the 49ers. Neither is a surprise, but Carroll had been optimistic on Wednesday that each might have a shot. Instead, Harvin did not practice this week, and Car
Reports that the Mariners might sign New York Yankees free agent Robinson Cano to a 10-year, $240 million contract raise some questions. Is Cano, a middle infielder who hits for power and average, really worth that kind of money? Is a 31-year-old worth a 10-year deal? Could signing a big name like C