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Thiel: Seahawks newcomers rejoice in choice

Posted on by Art Thiel

Two undrafted free agents, MLB Brock Coyle and OT Garry Gilliam, join the Seahawks, making the rest of the NFL ask: What did we miss?

Posted in Football, NFL, Seattle Seahawks, Weekly Roundup | 3 Comments

Mariners rally behind Ackley, beat Nationals 5-3

Posted on by SPNW Staff Posted in MLB, Seattle Mariners | 1 Comment
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Thiel: Big scare, but Huskies survive Hawaii

Posted on by Art Thiel

Chris Petersen’s debut as Washington coach barely averted an embarrassment, with two big plays salvaging a harrowing 17-16 win at Hawaii Saturday night.

Posted in Football, Pac-12, University of Washington | 21 Comments

Strasburg shuts down Mariners; homestand 1-4

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Walters, Winston among Seahawks’ cuts to 53

Posted on by Steve Rudman Posted in NFL, Seattle Seahawks, Weekly Roundup | 1 Comment

Dempsey’s goal lifts Sounders past Rapids 1-0

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A first for Felix in Mariners loss: 4 home runs

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Terrelle Pryor to be among Seahawks cuts to 53

Posted on by SPNW Staff Posted in Football, NFL, Seattle Seahawks | 8 Comments

Update: Scout sent home, Montero done for ’14

Posted on by Art Thiel

According to a story by MiLB.com, a Mariners scout heckled Jesus Montero at a game in Boise Thursday, then sent him an ice-cream sandwich. Montero threw it back at him.

Posted in Baseball, MLB, Seattle Mariners, Weekly Roundup | 6 Comments

Cougars rip on selves after ‘failure’ vs. Rutgers

Posted on by Howie Stalwick

Cougars let three second-half leads slip away: “I don’t think all 11 guys truly believed they were going to win,” said Connor Halliday after 532 yards passing.

Posted in Football, NCAA, Pac-12, Washington State University, Weekly Roundup | 2 Comments ← Older posts