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New deal for Montero — as Sounders’ DP

Posted on by Stanley Holmes

New multi-year deal for top scorer locks up Sounders’ designated player spot.

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Richardson atoning for ’08 Apple debacle

Posted on by Todd Dybas

After a play to forget in the 2008 Apple Cup, Huskies cornerback Quinton Richardson has turned the end of 2010 into a better memory.

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Bryan-Amaning sits, N’Diaye starts

Posted on by Todd Dybas

Washington makes its first lineup change of the season, swapping its centers.

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Play of the Day: Stretching the Defense

Posted on by Doug Farrar

Chiefs’ zone blocking and running back speed proved too tough to stop

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Wayback Machine

Posted on by David Eskenazi

Seattle sports historian and collector Dave Eskenazi resurrects a Northwest sports moment each week in the Wayback Machine. His collection of photos and artifacts are informative, inspirational and a lot of fun

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November 30, 2010

Posted on by Seth Kolloen

Apple Cup: Where’s the trash talk? Mariner fans freaking. And Mike Williams’ precious foot .

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Drive still alive

Posted on by Todd Dybas

With the final drive still a hot topic on Monday, Sarkisian says he knew he would go for it once Washington made it to within feet of the end zone.

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Decisions in 2002 altered several lives

Posted on by Todd Dybas

Washington coach Lorenzo Romar became the head coach after Dan Monson, among others, turned the job down. Now the Huskies are a power program and Monson is rebuilding at Long Beach State.

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Seahawks are special in just one category

Posted on by Doug Farrar

Special teams transcend Seattle’s overall inconsistency

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Sark’s Stones, Hawks Horror

Posted on by Seth Kolloen

That was one horrible football game between Cal and Washington, but all is forgotten after Coach Sark’s fourth-down decision led to a memorable last play win.

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